Why are states reluctant to share casualty reports?
- Wednesday 02 May 2012, 18:02
COMMON sense dictates that ship investigations are important because any serious casualty is an opportunity to learn lessons and avoid similar accidents, and the speculation surrounding the Costa Concordia incident proves the need to establish the truth.However, European Union...
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