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- IMO 2020 preparations paid off: IBIA
- CHINA DATA: 2019 oil product exports jumps 20% on year; 99% of export quotas utilized
- Narrow price spread enticing some ships to use MGO instead of 0.5% sulfur bunker fuel
- UPDATE: IMO 2020 leads to sharp rise in European bunker premiums
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