Greece moves forward with higher tonnage tax

On Tuesday, the Greek Parliament and the country's international creditors reached agreement on a bailout, which includes, among other factors, new conditions for the Greek shipping cluster.
Photo: Petros Karadjias/AP/POLFOTO
Photo: Petros Karadjias/AP/POLFOTO

Negotiations between the Greek government and its international creditors crossed a milestone on Tuesday when the parties agreed on a new financial bailout that is expected to secure the country upwards of EUR 86 billion in new loans over the next three years.

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