Banks, courts, and liquidators, who take over vessels from struggling carriers should think long and hard before scrapping them in South Asia, says NGO Shipbreaking Platform.
In its update for the second quarter, the NGO criticizes that in the wake of bankruptcies, vessels wind up being scrapped in India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan where scrapping prices are higher than places such as China or Turkey, because safety conditions are often far worse.
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