Putting a premium on CSI

Martin, Josh
September 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);9/15/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 37, p18
Explains that increased security at foreign ports has not impact yet on marine insurance as expected by shippers and carriers as of September 15, 2003. Expectation of shippers and carriers that an increase of security at foreign ports would lower insurance premium; Inspection system implemented by the U.S. Bureau of Customs in conjunction with foreign governments; Challenge facing port inspectors; Details on the issue.


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