Exxon Valdez denied the right to die in India

BULK carrier Oriental Nicety is refusing to bow out of shipping quietly, after the Indian authorities denied it entry to Alang for recycling following a row that only adds to the vessel’s notoriety.The bulker that was formerly the very large crude carrier Exxon Valdez...

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