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The International Council of Marine Industry Associations was founded in 1966 with the goal of bringing together countries with active marine industries. ICOMIA lobbies on behalf of national marine associations through committees that are critical in presenting a united voice to address issues that affect the industry as a whole.

ICOMIA continues to provide Trade Only Today with a comprehensive, country-by-country guide on how the covid-19 pandemic is affecting marine businesses globally.

The latest update can be seen here.

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