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COMMENT: EU shipbreaking legislation set to trigger flagging out and little else

Impending European Union shipbreaking legislation has probably, to be fair, triggered investments in a few Indian subcontinent yards. A handful of facilities in Alang, India, have cemented work spaces and even provided workers with boots and gloves, we hear. They have however not gone as far as g...

September 22, 2017 (10:34) free European Commission European Parliament

European Commission plan for pool of EU port state/ flag state control inspectors

ECSA headhunter approached European Commission official

September 22, 2017 (09:28) European Commission DG MOVE ecsa

Brussels probe into Malta's tonnage tax legislation passes five year mark

September 14, 2017 (14:12) European Commission state aid DG COMP

European Commission transport team refuses to discuss Brexit

September 7, 2017 (14:03) European Commission European Parliament TRAN

Brussels Transport Commissioner warns shipowners about imminent autonomous ships revolution: 'maritime will never be the same'

September 7, 2017 (13:39) European Commission IMO DG MOVE

Brussels dismissed French claim that forcing ports to pay corporate tax would damage overseas territories

September 6, 2017 (11:59) European Commission ports state aid

Scandinavian carriers attack financing of Oresund fixed link in court

Italy's Grimaldi urges Brussels to block Greek cabotage concentration

Athens promised EU creditors it would 'review' shipowner tax breaks by January

August 29, 2017 (13:53) European Commission DG COMP taxation
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