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The maritime CEOs and senior stakeholders' meeting at the Danish Maritime Forum during the Danish Maritime Days in Copenhagen, in October, has resulted in 41 recommendations for tangible actions. Find the recommendations below.

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When 200 CEOs, ministers and maritime decision-makers in general got together for two days in Copenhagen in October last year, the meeting produced 41 concrete recommendations, representing the participants' proposal for how to handle the challenges expected during the next 10-15 years.

This happened at the Danish Maritime Forum, part of the Danish Maritime Days event that was held for the first time ever and featured a long list of maritime events, mainly in Copenhagen.

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