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Why aren't seafarers on strike?
Somewhere between 150,000 and 400,000 seafarers are stuck on board. The massively differing estimates reflect the absence of reliable statistics (indeed, there are claims these numbers are inflated). Even in the Philippines, where seafaring is a key industry accounting for almost 10% of GDP, ther...
Non-EU seafarers now defined by Brussels as 'essential' workers
One in five offshore vessels are EU-flagged as China, Russia, Korea take dominant share
Dutch owners ferry 6,000 seafarers on air bridges
Deployment of Filipino seafarers plummets as one in three consider abandoning career
Can states bypass MLC obligations on grounds of force majeure?
Filipino seafarers back on agenda of COSS committee
Unions say challenge to JNG/ITF dockers' clause is 'tactical reaction' to ongoing court battle
Seafaring: Schengen visa approvals slumped to just 2% of average volume in May
Worldwide crew rotation situation 'improving'; ITF 200,000 stuck seafarers figure 'exaggerated'
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