Tighter maritime security pays off in Asia

ALTHOUGH Asia’s maritime security improved during the first quarter of this year compared to the year-ago period, with fewer reported armed robberies and thefts, Indonesia is emerging as an incident hotspot, an inter-government study has found.Altogether, 38 incidents – including 35 actual...

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