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International liner cargo shipping: a review of Part X of the Trade Practices Act 1974

By Productivity Commission

Abstract

On 12 March 1999 the Assistant Treasurer referred Part X of the Trade Practices Act 1974 and associated regulations to the Commission for inquiry and report within six months. The Commission was to report on the appropriate arrangements for regulation of international cargo shipping services.liner cargo shipping - boats - ships - cargo - Part X - Trade Practices Act - global shipping - regulation - sea-freight - landbridging - conference trade - carriers - containers - ports

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