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Six-month MSC crew crisis resolved

A bulk carrier which has its crew organised by the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) which also maintains the vessel, will disembark the mainly Indian crew in Japan on 10 February, ending nearly six months of disputes in efforts to repatriate the seafarers.

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