Protecting your assets in transit

Morrison, Daniel
May 2013
MiddleEast Insurance Review;May2013, p29
Trade Publication
The article discusses how companies can protect their assets in the import and export business or transportation sector. It mentions that the companies in those industries have faced substantial challenges since the global financial crisis. It cites the regulatory restrictions that have been applied by many countries to protect companies from theft and the continuing issue of piracy in the Gulf of Aden in the Arabian Sea.


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