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‘We cannot wait another few years to have this discussion — we need new technologies to be developed now so we can create commercially viable zero-carbon ships,’ says UK Chamber of Shipping chief

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UK can lead shipping’s green recovery — with the right support

If the UK maritime sector is to gain a substantial share of a global blue economy set to be worth over £2tn by 2030, it needs innovation and the right environment set by the government, says the head of the Chamber of Shipping

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Europe United Kingdom

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The Chancellor of the Exchequer must consider what impact a continued slowdown in trade coming from China, and the unstable situation in the Middle East, will have on the UK economy, says UK Chamber of Shipping chief executive Bob Sanguinetti

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‘The red ensign that adorns Britain’s ships evokes peace and prosperity. We must protect that reputation,’ says the chief executive of the UK Chamber of Shipping

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