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Government intervention in international maritime transport services

Richard Saillant

Government intervention in international maritime transport services

an analysis of Canada"s economic interests in the context of the GATS negotiations

by Richard Saillant

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Published by Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General Agreement on Trade in Services -- (1994),
  • Shipping -- Canada -- Government policy.,
  • Shipping bounties and subsidies -- Canada.,
  • Merchant marine -- Canada.,
  • Canada -- Commerce.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard Saillant.
    SeriesReference document (Canada. Trade and Economic Analysis Division (EET)) -- no. 7
    ContributionsCanada. Trade and Economic Analysis Division (EET), Canada. Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20709218M
    ISBN 100662283023
    OCLC/WorldCa247367157

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    International maritime law in transition New challenges for education and training Edgar Gold The extended base of maritime law has moved far beyond its traditional com- mercial base and today includes a num- ber of important aspects of the law of the sea, environmental law and policy, labour law and policy in other : Edgar Gold. 1. This Agreement applies to the international maritime cargo transport and logistic services, including multimodal operations involving a sea leg, between the ports of China and of the Member States of the Community as well as to the international maritime cargo transport between the ports of the Member States of the Community. It also applies to.

    Subject matter of Maritime Transportation 2. Types of Ocean Cargo in Maritime Transportation 3. Types of Commercial Vessels. Subject matter of Maritime Transportation: Since ocean transport is responsible for carriage of 90 per cent of world trade, making it the largest means of transport in international trade, it is elucidated separately. IMO National Maritime Transport Policy Workshop for the Philippines: 12 March Multi-sectoral Advisory Group on IMO Concerns (MAGIC) Orientation/Workshop: 14 February MARINA Formulates Rules for Philippine Fishing Vessels: 01 February Philippines re-elected to council of International Maritime Organization: 05 January


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Government intervention in international maritime services: an analysis of Canada's economic interests in the context of the GATS negotiations Author: Richard Saillant ; Canada.

Book Description. The importance of the international maritime transport industry is difficult to overstate. This new book presents an interdisciplinary approach from a wide range of internationally-based experts.

International Maritime Transport represents a radical departure from previous works in its structure and approach. The section. comprehensive in scope, aiming at commitments in international shipping, auxiliary services and access to and use of port facilities, leading to the elimination of restrictions within a fixed time scale.

A Negotiating Group on Maritime Transport Services (hereinafter referred to as the “NGMTS”) is established to carry out this mandate.

European ports each year, maritime transport has also a direct impact on the quality of life of citizens, both as tourists and inhabitants of islands and peripheral regions.

In recent years, growth in the world economy and international merchandise trade has fuelled demand for maritime transport services. However, at the end of. Also, Valentine et. () carried out an assessment of maritime transport and international seaborne trade considering some key trends that have redefined the maritime transportation of today.

INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORT ECONOMICS . Employment and the Transport Industry. Let’s consider the amount of labour used by transport. At one point before the Second World War, the LMS (London Midland Scottish Railway) was the largest employer in the UK.

Direct government intervention. At present, Chinese transportation departments merely demand that liner companies file cargo tariffs in accordance with the Regulations on International Maritime Transportation and the Measures for the Implementation of Detailed Records for Freight Rates of International Container Liners, and urge that tariff fluctuation be kept within a reasonable range.

Review of Maritime Transport, 17 Includes crude oil, shale oil, oil sands and NGLs (the liquid content of natural gas where this is recovered separately). Excludes liquid fuels from other sources such as biomass and coal derivatives.

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The Role of Transportation {Transportation plays a central role in logistics {“get something to where it needs to be”: most important of all is the physical transportation {International logistics: the role of transportation become even more importantFile Size: KB.

The government tries to combat market inequities through regulation, taxation, and subsidies. Governments may also intervene in markets to promote general economic fairness.

Maximizing social welfare is one of the most common and best understood reasons for government intervention. A new partnership between IMO, the World Customs Organization, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and the I nternation al Organization for Standardization has been signed to support this increased maritime digitalization.

Zealand transport system, and in particular for future investment in the system. All transport modes and connections can have a bearing on the pattern of regional development in New Zealand.

However, in this paper we mainly focus on land transport, especially roads, given that these account for the majority of government transport spending. Maritime transport is the backbone of global trade and the global economy.

The jobs and livelihoods of billions of people in the developing world, and standards of. Review of Maritime Transport, NOTE. The. Review of Maritime Transport.

is a recurrent publication prepared by the UNCTAD secretariat since with the aim of fostering the transparency of maritime markets and analysing relevant developments. Any factual orFile Size: 1MB. The issue of government intervention in the shipping industry has been the subject of an abundance of studies in the field of maritime management.

Most of these studies however, focus on a specific part of the industry and then again provide for a limited. centuries despite government regulation (and rarely because of it).

Professor Gold fashioned the early chapters of Maritime Transport to. lead the reader to expect that a better future for shipping law lies with the.

public sector, reincarnated in a more organized, more absolute authority. The Review of Maritime Transport is an UNCTAD flagship publication, published annually since Around 80 per cent of the volume of international trade in goods is carried by sea, and the percentage is even higher for most developing countries.

Example of Government Intervention. Factor immobility. Structural unemployment. State investment in education and training. Public goods. Failure of market to provide pure public goods, free rider problem. Government funded public goods for collective consumption.

Demerit goods. Over consumption of products with negative externalities. THE IMPACTS OF GLOBALISATION ON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME TRANSPORT ACTIVITY: PAST TRENDS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES “It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” Kofi Annan 1.

Introduction 1. Shipping has been an important human activity throughout history, particularly where prosperityFile Size: KB. Based on the deregulation and the hollow-out framework, maritime governance (particularly in developing and developed countries) should focus on the softpower of maritime administration and the role of expert power; as well as referent power to mainstream the maritime by: 2.

The traditional arguments for government intervention and the challenges to these arguments 47 Transport infrastructure chronologya co-evolutionary perspective 50 51 and further present 55 Conclusions 57 Marginal cost controversies – a financing and incentives dilemma IL The report of the maritime transport committee: important information The thirty third annual report presented by the Maritime Transport Committee analysed those important matters in the field of maritime transport during and the first months of The .The specific regime for maritime transport services in the negotiations is defined by decision S/L/ Currently, maritime transport services, like all services, are included in the new services negotiations, which began in January Proposals on maritime transport.