Asian shipowners call for one global set of regulations

For an industry that constantly moves across the world from continent to continent, there are far too many regulations – from the EU, the US and elsewhere, says the Secretary General of the Asian Shipowners’ Forum in this interview with ShippingWatch.

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"Asian shipowners are facing many challenges right now – and much of it relates to the legislation," says Secretary General Harry Shin of the Asian Shipowners’ Forum (ASF) in a succinct and direct response when ShippingWatch meets him at his office in downtown Singapore.

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