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Cuba shift to buoy maritime sector
Cuba shift to buoy maritime sector

US President Barack Obama’s landmark decision to begin normalising relations with Cuba has major implications for the cruise, ferry, cargo vessel and port sectors. In a special address…
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Analysis: Unmanned vessel reaches test phase
Unmanned vessel reaches test phase
IHS Maritime’s David Tinsley looks at a new unmanned vessel concept.
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