Resolution, for Now

Dupin, Chris
November 2002
Traffic World;11/25/2002, Vol. 266 Issue 47, p31
Trade Publication
Examines the decision of the European Commission to grant the Trans-Atlantic Conference Agreement (TACA) exemption from European Union competition rules. Conference for liner carriers between northern Europe and the U.S.; Competitive conditions on the transatlantic liner shipping market.


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