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IBIA Seeks to Develop Bunker Licensing Scheme at Ports Worldwide

The ports of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp plan to introduce such a scheme by the start of 2022, following the example set by the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) in Singapore.

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The ports of Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp plan to introduce such a scheme by the start of 2022, following the example set by the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) in Singapore.

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