Puzzlement and suspicion and, finally, irritation, has followed the Greek Shipowners' Association's move regarding the EU's forthcoming quota system, announced Monday.
Not solely because the representatives of the world's largest fleet proposed the most far-reaching model of the EU's Emission Trading System, in which not only shipping within the EU will be affected by the quotas, but also because the Greek Shipowners' Association had joined Brussels-based environment NGO Transport & Environment (T&E) in the proposal.
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