Guest Editorial - A sea change in risk, safety and security in Marine

July 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jul2011, p2
Trade Publication
The author reflects upon various issues concerning the global marine insurance sector. The author discusses the high number of countries listed by Aon Risk Solutions Inc. which are at severe political unrest resulting in increased price of insurance protection in these countries and comments on the impact of high piracy rates on international trade. The author also expresses concern over safety issues related to fully-automated vessels.


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