India to permit foreign container vessels for coastal operations
The new regulation will bring in greater competition to the feeder market which in turn would benefit the Indian market, Maersk says
India has eased its cabotage law to allow foreign-flagged container vessels to offer coastal services, a move considered a significant policy reform in the country’s maritime history
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