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The economic implications of de-carbonising shipping

The shipping industry is notable as being both a vital artery of world trade and one of the trickiest sectors to de-carbonise. This Update looks at five key questions on the near-term plans to reduce emissions from the sector and the potential macro-economic implications.

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