China's new pollution regime

Montgomery, Matthew
September 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Sep2010, p74
Trade Publication
The article discusses the author's views on China's marine pollution regulations and its impact on the international shipping community. He reveals that China has implemented the regulations on prevention and control of marine environment pollution from ships. The author believes that the regulations can help address the issues in oil pollution and discharge of hazardous cargoes at sea.


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