Ports and terminals call for block exemption clarity
The European Commission has indicated it will extend the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation for a further five years. But European ports and terminal operators say there is insufficient data available to assess abuses
The European Union framework is no longer up to the job, given the ever-increasing market concentration. Critics want to know how the European Commission will monitor the compliance of the three powerful liner shipping alliances that fall outside the scope of the regulation, which creates an unlevel playing field for those who have to obey EU red tape
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