Romania could be fined for sulfur hesitancy

17 months after the deadline, Romania has still yet to implement the EU's sulfur emission regulations into the country's legislation. Now the country should be fined, says the EU Commission.

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Romania now risks being fined for failing to implement EU regulations for ship's sulfur emissions in North Europe into the country's legislation. The deadline for implementing the regulations expired almost a year and a half ago, and the country has still yet to comply with this requirement, says the EU Commission in a statement.

The EU Commission has there requested that the EU Court issue a fine to Romania.

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