The Chinese Government has implemented stricter controls on waste importation by adding a substantial number of solid waste types to the list of banned wastes which cannot be imported into China without a license, the London P&I Club said citing Chinese correspondents Huatai Insurance Agency & Consultant Service Ltd.
The court said the ship’s captain and its insurer, the London P&I Club, to pay one billion dollars which is the maximum limit fixed by the company in its contract for the ship, which broke up and sank in 2002, resulting in one of Europe’s worst environmental disasters.
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