January 2013
Review of Maritime Transport (UNCTAD);2013, Vol. 2013, p103
The article focuses on some important legal issues and recent regulatory developments in the fields of transport and trade facilitation. It also reports on the status of the main maritime conventions. It discusses the entry into force of the 2006 Maritime Labour Convention (MLC 2006), and of the 2002 Athens Convention. It also discusses a range of regulatory developments relating to maritime and supply-chain security and environmental issues.


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