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Seatrade Asia Week exclusively details Tosa court judgement

Seatrade Asia Week exclusively details Tosa court judgement

Singapore: Issue 28 of regional e-newspaper Seatrade Asia Week is just out and leads with an exclusive on the protracted fight for justice for the Indian crewmembers of the VLCC Tosa. A Taiwanese court has upheld not guilty verdicts on the Master and an AB of NYK tanker that stood of accused of failing to come to the aid of a capsized fishing vessel two and a half years ago. However, the second officer was handed down a suspended sentence of 14 months for involuntary manslaughter. The detention of the Tosa Three, initially without charge, and subsequent ban on leaving Taiwan for two and a half years had drawn ire from industry bodies and seafarer unions.
Inside the newspaper, there are exclusive reports on India's Mercator planned $500m expansion as well as news from Intertanko's council meeting in Singapore where the issue of piracy was to the fore.
Seatrade Asia Week is produced in Singapore and draws upon an exclusive network of journalists across the region. Seatrade Asia Week comes out 50 times a year and is priced at just $300 a year. To subscribe click here.  [15/10/10]

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