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The UN Maritime Organisation, IMO, has adopted a ban prohibiting ships carrying fuel which contains more than 0.5% sulphur.
A delegation of business leaders from the UK maritime sector visited New York this week accompanied by the Secretary of State for the Department of International Trade, Dr Liam Fox.
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