How countries can benefit from a reduction in maritime protectionism
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A global trade study which outlines the protectionist trade policies being implemented by governments worldwide.
Summary of a global trade study which outlines the protectionist trade policies being implemented by governments worldwide.
ICS has commissioned this major Study to provide an assessment of protectionist or restrictive trade policies and measures that are being implemented by governments worldwide, which may be preventing national economies from reaping the full benefits of having access to efficient maritime transport services.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has announced that it has been selected as a network partner for the 2021 ‘Business Twenty’ (B20)
ICS Leadership Insights Series disccused how shipping can face challenges presented by COVID-19
What has shipping learnt from 2020 and what does 2021 hold in store?
Brings together data on the performance of flag States against specific criteria, including Port State Control (PSC) records, ratification of international convention and IMO meeting attendance. It is intended to encourage shipowners to maintain a dialogue with their flag administrations, and help facilitate necessary improvements in the interests of safety, the environment and decent working conditions.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has published the latest Flag State Performance Table (2020/2021)
Discussing the US-China tension and the impact on trade flows within SE Asia and to the US, the changes for ship financing after the passing of the ship leasing bill in Hong Kong, and China’s Belt & Road Initiative including the role of Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area.