Maritime Risk 2017 in review
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Maritime Risk, 2017 in review
We are pleased to release our full year review of maritime risks in 2017. From data logged in our specialist online maritime platform, we see global maritime security incidents continue to decline, but new threats are emerging.
Find out about:
- 5% decrease in global maritime security incidents
- 25% of piracy incidents took place in the Gulf of Guinea
- 83% decrease in kidnap incidents in South-East Asia
- Spike in Somali piracy and a new threat off Yemen
- Two-fold increase in incidents off Venezuela
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