Unfinished business

Beadle, Andrew
December 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);12/22/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 51, p20
Focuses on the unresolved dispute between subsidized and unsubsidized U.S.-flag carriers over the transportation of food shipped under the Maritime Security Program (MSP) of the U.S. Debate on the cap of bulk food aid and bagged food aid to be transported by U.S.-flag vessels that receive MSP subsidy; Comment of Cliff Johnson, director of business development at TECO Ocean Shipping in Tampa, Florida, regarding the subsidy of the government for MSP container ships; Concerns about the effects of a cap on bagged food aid.


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