Decision in Norwegian shipbreaking case expected to arrive later in March

Verdict in Norwegian appeal case concerning a shipowner who was given an unconditional prison sentence after scrapping vessel Tide Carrier is expected to land in March, the prosecutor informs ShippingWatch.

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The appeal case regarding Norwegian shipowner Georg Eide is expected to find a verdict later in March following the end of process at a court in Bergen.

This is the information given by the prosecutor, the National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime (Økokrim), to ShippingWatch.

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