Italy's maritime industries collapse. Is this Europe's future?
By Justin Stares, editor, The Maritime Watch
This article has been updated following a statement by Contship regarding La Spezia terminal
For a glimpse of Europe’s maritime future it might be worth examining events in Italy, where the outlook is particularly grim.
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