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News from the World of Trade.

From 1 January 2024, shipping lines whose fleets call at European ports will have to purchase freely tradable emissions certificates. Maritime transport currently accounts for 2.5 per cent of global CO2 emissions and 13 per cent of total greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector in the EU. For this reason, the European Commission has also proposed regulatory measures for the complete decarbonisation of shipping by 2050 as part of its Fit for 55 package. In a first step, emission allowances will be issued to shipping companies, which can then be freely traded. This is intended to create a market price for CO2 emissions and incentivise emission reductions.

Shortly before the next general rate increase (GRI) by the liner shipping companies, market rates have

As part of a nationwide week of action by the farmers' association, there will be considerable traffic

Following two attacks on a container ship belonging to the Danish shipping company Maersk Line in the Red Sea,


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