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The Federal Maritime Commission falls victim to digitalisation

By approving two agreements among five of the world’s biggest carriers, the US Federal Maritime Commission has caused a major setback to fair competition in the shipping industry, argues Dutch lawyer August Braakman who writes for Splash today. On March 14 2019 the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) approved an agreement among Maersk, MSC, Hapag-Lloyd, CMA …

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By approving two agreements among five of the world’s biggest carriers, the US Federal Maritime Commission has caused a major setback to fair competition in the shipping industry, argues Dutch lawyer August Braakman who writes for Splash today. On March 14 2019 the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) approved an agreement among Maersk, MSC, Hapag-Lloyd, CMA …

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