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- Russian Register celebrates 55 years classing nuclear-powered shipping
- Lloyd's Register's Boardley forecasts ever larger containerships
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Independent body set up after European dawn raids seeks more powersClass societies form watchdog to meet EU...
Dynamic year as the youngest class society expands overseasUAE unveils class society
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UK classification society builds on close relationship with Japanese owner
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Study will help Britain’s maritime industries compete in the global marketplace, says shipping minister John Hayes
- UK light dues reduction to take effect in April
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- UK Department for Transport develops national maritime growth strategy
Japanese class society claims victory in 2014 as 285 vessels are taken from competitors, with half coming from German and Greek owners
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