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Just a few days before the landmark International Maritime Organization (IMO) London conference, the chances of an agreement to control shipping’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions looked unlikely. But then, ironically on Friday 13 April, the members of the Maritime Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) reached a consensus: by 2050 shipping would cut its GHG emissions by at least 50 per cent from 2008 levels. This was the first time emission targets were set for global ocean shipping.
Despite the recent price recovery, world steelmakers will continue to be concerned about the future policies of the Chinese mills. In recent years, Chinese steel manufacturers were criticized for selling their excess supply, in global markets, at low prices. The Chinese government’s measures, to cut capacity and curb pollution, have played a leading role in raising steel prices, worldwide. However, the mandated winter production cuts are unlikely to have the same impact as they had in previous years.
Efforts to upgrade the Cyprus Maritime Cluster and the island’s shipping sector are their first positive results, Deputy Minister for Shipping Natasa Pilides told parliament.Speaking to the House Committee of Finance, which discussed the Ministry’s 2019 budget, Pilides said since the creation of the shipping Ministry (last year), companies registered under the tonnage tax system increased from 168 to 191, “marking a large percentage rise.”