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EU urged to end special treatment for container line alliances

In a 127-page analysis, the International Transport Forum argues the case for ending the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation, but container lines say it provides a legal safe harbour

The European Commission is asking for comments from industry stakeholders as it considers whether to renew the regulation that exempts consortia that have a market share of less than 30% from competition rules for another five years
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