Norwegian research praises Oslo’s maritime prowess

  • Wednesday 09 May 2012, 17:07

LONDON retains its place as the world’s third most important shipping centre, according to yet more research from another set of economists.Norway’s Menon Business Economics was asked to rate 12 cities noted for their maritime expertise according to four categories: shipowners and shipping...

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