A matter of convenience

Fabey, Michael
August 1998
Traffic World;08/17/98, Vol. 255 Issue 7, p23
Trade Publication
Criticizes the action taken by Liberia, flag registry of Bright Field, a ship belonging to China Ocean Shipping Co. that crashed into a Riverwalk mall in New Orleans, Louisiana, not to penalize the company. Sanctions imposed by the United States against the operator of the Bright Field freighter; Justification of Liberia over its action.


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