Emerging Asia primed to increase dominance
SHIPPING as a commercial activity started out in what is today called Lebanon circa 3000 BC, and its centre of gravity has slowly been moving westwards ever since. That, in a nutshell, is the idea behind what maritime economics guru and Clarkson Research Services managing director Martin Stopford describes as “the Westline theory”.
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