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MAN Diesel & Turbo calls IMO its biggest frustration

There is no reason for the IMO to wait until 2023 to deliver on CO2, is the criticism from engine powerhouse MAN Diesel & Turbo, which in an interview with ShippingWatch describes the UN's maritime body as its current biggest frustration.

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"Why did the IMO not raise the bar and agree on 2020 as a deadline for the UN’s maritime body to agree on a global greenhouse gas reduction plan?"

"Why not until 2023 when much of the technology to combat the emissions is available already today?"

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