4 edition of UNCTAD Liner Code found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Convention on a Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences. 1983.|
|Series||A Westview replica edition|
|LC Classifications||K4212.A41983 J8 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||83010332|
Liner Conferences - Mohamed Salah El Din 3 According to UNCTAD , Liner Conference can be defined as: “A group of two or more vessel-operating carriers which provides international liner services for the carriage of cargo on a particular route or routes within specified geographical limits and which has an agreement or arrangement. The Unctad Liner Code | Bookshare : The Role of International Investment Agreements in Attracting Foreign Direct Investment to Developing Countries (Unctad Series Intl Investment Policies Development) (): United Nations: Books.
Schiering, Wulf-Peter, “ Liner Code und EG-Schiffahrtspolitik,” Aussenpoli 2 (), pp. – I thank Samuel Evans for helping me to understand this particularly difficult article. I thank Samuel Evans for helping me to understand this particularly difficult article. (UNCTAD) - a United Nations agency whose work in Shipping includes the liner code involving the sharing of cargoes between the Shipping lines of the importing and exporting countries and third countries in the ratio
Liner Shipping: Is There a Way for More Competition? | UNCTAD Discussion Paper, March 17 Mar With around 80 per cent of global trade by volume and over 70 per cent of global trade by value carried by sea, and with these shares being even higher in the case of most developing countries, maritime transport, including liner shipping. Home › UNCTAD Liner Shipping Connectivity Index (LSCI) Submitted by Bismark Sitorus on Ap - Countries’ access to world markets depends largely on their transport connectivity, especially as regards regular shipping services for the import and export of manufactured goods.
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The UNCTAD Liner Code: United States Maritime Policy at the Crossroads Lawrence Juda World shipping—vital to international trade—is now going through a period of radical change.
The UNCTAD Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences is an important manifestation of that change, reflecting the pressures exerted by developing countries for a New Pages: UNCTAD secretariat entitled "Texts for a code of conduct for liner conferences, with changes suggested by the UNCTAD secretariat" (TD/CODE/L.l5 and Add.
On the basis of its deliberations, as summarized in the reports of the Conference on its first and second parts (TD/CODE/7 and TD/CODE/I0), the Conference prepared and decided to open.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Palais des Nations,Av. de la Paix, Geneva 10 Switzerland T: +41 22 F: +41 22 The UNCTAD Liner Code: United States maritime policy at the crossroads.
[Lawrence Juda] -- The UNCTAD Liner Code: United States Maritime Policy at the Crossroads Lawrence Juda World shipping--vital to international trade--is now going through a period of radical change.
The book is based on interviews with key officials and on U.N. and U.S. BOOK REVIEW THE UNCTAD LINER CODE: UNITED STATES MARITIME POLICY AT THE CROSSROADS, by Lawrence Juda.
Boulder, CO, Westview Press,pp. Vast changes in the character, volume, and transportation of world trade have precipitated an attempt by less developed countries to obtain a degree of control and benefit from their visible maritime.
THE UNCTAD LINER CODE: A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE OF CONDUCT FOR LINER CONFERENCES. No abstract provided. Availability. The Unctad Liner Code United States Maritime Policy at the Crossroads. Posted on The Unctad Liner Code Bookshare. The Unctad Liner Code United States Maritime Policy at the Crossroads.
The Unctad Liner Code Bookshare. the liner conference trade was institutionalised in the UNCTAD Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences or UNCTAD Liner Code. This paper discusses the impact or rather non-impact of the Code on international shipping.
Please send all correspondence to Dr Sock-Yong Phang at. Asia’s role as a main port loading and unloading region (see World seaborne trade page) and its high liner shipping connectivity is reflected in the region’s high contribution to containerized port throughput.
Inports in developing economies in Asia and Oceania handled million TEUs of containers, accounting for 61 per cent of world port container traffic. SUMMARY Shipping is an unlikely candidate for inter‐govern‐mentally fixed standards of operating practice.
Yet the Western shipowning countries and the Group of 77 have agreed the market sharing Liner Code under which liner shipments will be split in the ratio between importing, exporting and cross‐trading states. The UNCTAD Code of conduct for Liner Conferences entered into force in The Code's cargo allocation scheme or ' rule' aims to provide shipping lines of developing countries with a fair change to compete for the carriage of their seabourne trade.
Doe. TD/CODE/13/Add. 1 () [hereinafter cited as UNCTAD Liner Code]. This was accom-plished in Aprilwhen 58 countries representing % of the world's liner tonnage (measured in ) had ratified the UNCTAD Code.
For a list of signatories see, 22 Int'l Leg. Mat. The Unctad Liner Code United States Maritime Policy at the Crossroads. | No Comments. The UNCTAD Liner Code United States Maritime Policy at - Core. The UNCTAD Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences was published in Ruling the Waves on page In formal terms, UNCTAD's Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences came into force on 6 October This has intensified discussion on many aspects of its future practical application, generally and in individual conferences, whether such conferences intend to apply the Code in full or partly (many intend to do so as a formality, if at all).
The UNCTAD Liner Code United States Maritime Policy at the. Get this from a library. The regulation of liner conferences; (a code of conduct for the liner conference system); report by the UNCTAD Secretariat.
[United Nations. UNCTAD Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences: Trade Milestone or Millstone--Time Will Soon Tell, The Perspectives. It purports, as its title implies, to be a code of conduct for liner conferences.
How- ever, various informed interpretations of the Code, and premature unilat- eral efforts by some nations to implement the Code, indicate that. UNCTAD Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences, entered into force in (TD/CODE/1 I/Rev., April 6, ).
Statistical data to support the narrative are not included in this article. Their reproduction from readily available sources is deemed to be a marginal value. For international liner shipping, the picture was more complicated. Since an antitrust exemption for liner conferences had been established at international level by the UNCTAD Convention on a Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences.
2 With the adoption * Professor of European Union law. For accounts of the treatment of shipping at UNCTAD and the emergence of the Code see S. Zamora, 'UNCTAD III: the question of shipping', The Journal of World Trade Law, Vol 7, pp and S.G. Sturmey, 'The development of the Code of Conduct for Liner Conferences', Marine Policy, Vol 3, No2,April ,pp 2 To enter into force.The UNCTAD Code of conduct for Liner Conferences entered into force in The Code's cargo allocation scheme or ' rule' aims to provide shipping lines of developing countries with a fair change to compete for the carriage of their seabourne trade.
However, the Code has not been effective in meeting its stated objectives for a variety of reasons.