Shipowners disappointed with British EU exit

More than anything, it creates uncertainty for the EU and the UK, that the British people have voted to leave the European Union, says the Danish Shipowners' Association to ShippingWatch. The UK is the third-largest market for the Danish shipowners.

Tthe British vote to leave the European Union disappoints the Danish Shipowners' Association.

The shipowners point to factors such as the UK's role as the Danish shipowners' third-largest market, and not least because of relations in the North Sea. The exit creates uncertainty, not just for the UK, but for the EU as a whole, Anne H. Steffensen, Director General of the Danish Shipowners' Association, tells ShippingWatch.

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