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Does IMO 2020 expose shipbuilders to claims for breach of contract?

Since the adoption of the 0.50% m/m maximum global limit on sulphur content by the IMO in October 2016 much consideration has been given to the practical and legal challenges facing shipowners in meeting the global limit effective from 1 January 2020. However, there has been little focus on the potential impact on shipbuilders, specifically ...

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