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CHAPTER 9 The protectionist maritime cabotage approach

Maritime Cabotage Law

Page 112 CHAPTER 9 The protectionist maritime cabotage approach The protectionist maritime cabotage approach A protectionist maritime cabotage approach often departs radically from the basic principles of reserving coastal trade for indigenous registered vessels. It covers a wide scope of maritime activities and imposes onerous requirements on maritime operators looking to engage in maritime cabotage trade and services. In some jurisdictions, the protectionist maritime cabotage approach requires that:

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