Exxon Valdez denied the right to die in India
- Wednesday 09 May 2012, 16:13
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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