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  1. 19 CFR 122.165 - Air cabotage.

    Science.gov (United States)

    2010-04-01

    ... AIR COMMERCE REGULATIONS Penalties § 122.165 Air cabotage. (a) The air cabotage law (49 U.S.C. 41703... provided for in 14 CFR 121.153, and those aircraft used exclusively in the service of any government. (b... 19 Customs Duties 1 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Air cabotage. 122.165 Section 122.165...

  2. Pratiques et succès du cabotage en Méditerranée nord-occidentale au XIVe siècle

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    Murat, Josée Valérie

    2012-01-01

    Navigation restant proche des côtes, le cabotage est un des modes de circulation maritime les plus répandus en Méditerranée au Moyen Âge. Pratiqué par les Provençaux comme par les autres riverains de cet espace, il n’est cependant pas toujours aisé à suivre et à caractériser dans nos sources. Même si celles-ci tendent à privilégier ses accidents de parcours (tempêtes, naufrages, actes de piraterie, litiges commerciaux…) nous pouvons entrevoir les techniques mises en œuvre, les routes suivies,...

  3. CABOTAGESTUDIEN - A study on trucking deregulation and cabotage in Scandinavia and beyond

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    Sternberg, Henrik; Filipiak, Michail; Hofmann, Erik; Hellström, Daniel

    2015-01-01

    An open European market for goods and services, including transport services, stimulates trade, global competitiveness and economic growth. At the same time, concerns about domestic job security, regulation compliance and the environment have sparked a debate. This report should be considered one of the first modest contributions to the mainly unexplored area of European freight deregulation. Our contribution is a review of previous research, a snapshot of the movement patterns of the foreign...

  4. Trade in International Transport Services: The Role of Competition

    NARCIS (Netherlands)

    J.F. François (Joseph); I. Wooton

    2000-01-01

    textabstractWe are concerned with trade in transport services (not cabotage but rather international shipping, transport, and related logistical services) and the importance of competition and market structure in the sector. We examine implications of liberalization for profits, trade, and national

  5. Trade in International Transport Services: The Role of Competition

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    François, Joseph; Wooton, I.

    2000-01-01

    textabstractWe are concerned with trade in transport services (not cabotage but rather international shipping, transport, and related logistical services) and the importance of competition and market structure in the sector. We examine implications of liberalization for profits, trade, and national gains from trade. Though past GATS maritime negotiations involved the maritime nations, we also flag interests of consuming nations (particularly poorer developing countries). We further illustrate...

  6. Impactos da lei 8.630 sobre a infra-estrutura de terminais de contêineres e na viabilização da navegação de cabotagem no Brasil

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    Edson José Dalto

    2009-06-01

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    Com a reforma da legislação portuária e o processo de privatização dos portos, os terminais públicos marítimos passaram por significativa reestruturação. O elevado investimento e a simplificação da lei propiciaram o aumento de produtividade e de segurança e redução das tarifas. A melhoria nos terminais de contêineres viabilizou a consolidação da navegação de cabotagem de carga geral, como alternativa de transporte rodoviário. Estas mudanças trouxeram novas perspectivas na prestação de serviço por parte dos armadores, no sentido de atender plenamente as necessidades de transportes dos embarcadores, através de um serviço logístico completo porta-a-porta, como alternativa ao transporte porto-a-porto, incluindo a oferta de transporte multimodal, estufagem de contêineres e armazenagem. São ainda apresentados dois exemplos práticos de transporte de resinas no sentido norte-sul e de arroz, no sentido oposto, ilustrando como as mudanças no setor favoreceram a migração do transporte rodoviário para o marítimo.

    Abstract With the changing on port legislation and privatization process in Brazilian ports, the maritime public terminals passed trough an important restructuring. The expressive investment and simplification on law brought productivity and security improvement and reduced fees. The enhancement on container terminals enabled strengthening of cabotage navigation as an alternative to road transportation. These changes brought new perspective on service offered by shipowners, in a sense of attending the fully transport necessities of the shippers, by a complete logistic service door-to-door, as alternative to a port-to-port transportation, including the multimodal transport offering, container filling and wholesaling. It is so introduced two practical examples of transportation of gum, over the north-south bound and rice over the opposite direction, illustrating how changes on the