EU 2014, a major challenge to maritime stake-holders

Shipowners, oil companies, and other maritime stake-holders will have to fight hard for their causes within the EU system in 2014. "We could see a historical change in the political composition," say the shipowners.

If you take a series of difficult cases, what some might call the real stinkers, mix them with an unpredictable composition of politicians from 28 nations, and then add to the final result: 1) a Greek Presidency and 2) an Italian Presidency, this will give you a picture of what is in store for shipowners, suppliers, energy companies, and the key issues the various parties are working to achieve within the EU system next year.

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