Greg Knowler

Greg Knowler

An experienced writer and editor with 25 years in journalism, Greg Knowler serves as senior editor for Asia for the JOC.

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European regulators will find it increasingly hard to ignore complaints from shippers that supply chain delays and record transport prices are hurting their business, say shipper groups.

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