SEA CHANGE IN LINER SHIPPING
|Author(s)||Mary R. Brooks|
|Publisher||Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.|
|D O W N L O A D|
The established and supported transport policies are currently undergoing several major changes transcending national boundaries. Subject changes are commonly typified by the reform of regulatory regimes in many countries and they are influenced by both developments within the transportation sector and factors outside of it.
General patterns of liberalization and privatization could actually be observed within the sector and trade liberalization and total globalization of demand industries have been thoroughly documented. Concurrent with this change in business climate should be a complete re-examination of the competition policy taking into account it's relation to the liner maritime shipping.
Moreover, there are unique competition policy features for this industry, which is a global one by any definition. Yet it faces divergent, national regulation. From both commercial and regulatory perspectives, the progress path wanders through a minefield of regulatory disharmony towards a standard set of rules governing firms in the liner shipping industry. This book will be interesting for all people in the maritime industry, including ship owners, managers, management of the shipping companies, maritime authorities and others.
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