Shipping will likely see more environmental regulations in the next ten years

Shipping's top executives expect new environmental requirements to be imposed on the industry in the coming years. Meanwhile, there is concern about how well prepared the industry will be in terms of the climate and environment, shows new study.

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It is far from unlikely that the next ten years will see more environmental regulations being imposed on the shipping industry, say key players within the industry when you ask them about the future of shipping.

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