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Our authors look at the key issues for shipowners in contracts for the acquisition, transport, installation and commissioning of scrubbers to meet IMO 2020 sulphur requirements.
With near perfect timing, the administrators of UK tonnage tax have cleverly and conveniently solved one potential Brexit problem. Read to find out more.