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Visco (Scafi): «Focused on safety, technology and the environment»
Chiasso, authorities approve for special convoy manoeuver fee
“The need for men aboard ships will never cease” / INTERVIEW
Merkel struggles to avoid coalition crisis on migrant policy
EU Commission proposes a new fund for the maritime economy

EU Commission proposes a new fund for the maritime economy

Strasbourg - For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing €6.14 billion under a simpler, more flexible fund for European fisheries and the maritime economy. The new European Maritime and Fisheries Fund will support the European fisheries sector towards more sustainable fishing practices

More than 500 ships broken under unsafe conditions in 2017 / GALLERY
Helmepa:  “2020 is closer than we think” / GALLERY
Shipowners stand alone in cutting CO2

Shipowners stand alone in cutting CO2

Athens - The new environmental regulations have been at the center of attention at this year’s edition of Posidonia trade show in Athens, Greece, which took place from 4-8 of June. The upcoming sulphur cap in 2020 and the initiative to halve shipping industry’s carbon footprint by 2050 have been in the spotlight

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