Shipping executives are more worried about an economic crisis following covid-19

Shipping executives have become increasingly worried about the prospect of an economic crisis in recent years, reveals a survey among decisions-makers in the industry.

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Shipping executives across the globe are worried that the coronavirus might plunge the world into a global economic crisis, reveals a survey conducted by Global Maritime Forum.

Every year Global Maritime Forum asks industry decision-makers what they worry about the most and which topics they think will affect shipping the most in the coming decade.

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