INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW INSTITUTE PROMOTIONAL VIDEO
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Shipping today is perhaps one of the industries considered most international - today's shipping is serving from ninety to ninety-five percent of the whole global trade; the expands of the globe seas is also taking place through the instrumentality of ships, a means of convergence between contents and countries.
Because of the international nature of the shipping industry, it have long been acknowledged that the actions taken to improve safety in the maritime operations would actually be twice as effective if they were carried out at international level rather than done by the individual countries acting unilaterally and in most cases with little to no coordination with each other.
And this has eventually resulted in the situation where several countries have made a proposal to establish a new permanent international regulatory body that would be dealing with the promotion of the maritime safety in a more effective manner...
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