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Maersk believes the IMO suffers from a "fundamental divide"

In a comment on the MEPC meeting, Maersk heavily criticizes the lack of results and lack of clarity and logic inherent to the results that were adopted on the meeting. The container line had expected much more.

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"This MEPC meeting exposed the fundamental divide between IMO Member States on GHG measures," reads the overall comment from Maersk.

With these words, the world's largest container line makes no secret of its disappointment, much like many other players, particularly from the Nordics, have noted that most of the key issues foundered, or at least were postponed until the next MEPC meeting scheduled for November.

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