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EU politicians: The industry must become CO2 free on its own

Shipping companies are calling for help from the EU to reach the IMO targets and make shipping CO2 free. Members of the European Parliament think the industry itself shoulders the responsibility.

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The European Commission will present its proposal this Wednesday for how the EU's budget could be designed from 2021 to 2028.

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