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New report lists world's five leading maritime cities

A new report from classification bureau DNV ranks the world's leading maritime cities. Find the complete list here.

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The top spot on the list of the world's leading maritime cities belongs to a usual suspect, according to a new ranking from DNV.

In its report Leading Maritime Cities 2022, the Norwegian classification bureau ranks the world's premier shipping cities according to a series of categories, including ease of financing and facilities available.

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