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Organizations relating to Shipping
Maritime Organization of West and Central Africa / Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire / Est. 1975
North Sea Hydrographic Commission / Monaco, Monaco / Est. 1962
British Commonwealth Merchant Shipping / Est. 1931
International Cable Protection Committee / Est. 1958
Arab Federation of Chambers of Shipping / Alexandria, Egypt / Est. 2002
International Maritime Organization / London, UK / Est. 1948
European Community Shipowners' Associations / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1965
Nordisk Skibsrederforening / Oslo, Norway / Est. 1889
International Maritime Radio Association / London, UK / Est. 1928
Pacific Forum Line / Est. 1977
ESPA MARITIEM and LOGISTIEK / Ekeren, Belgium / Est. 1966
Inter-Governmental Standing Committee on Shipping / Mombasa, Kenya / Est. 1967
IMO International Maritime Law Institute / Msida, Malta / Est. 1988
International Chamber of Shipping / London, UK / Est. 1921
Caribbean Shipping Association / Kingston, Jamaica / Est. 1971
Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers / London, UK / Est. 1911
Agreement on Cooperation among Maritime Trade Shipping Organizations / Est. 1971
Arab Federation of Shipping / Beirut, Lebanon / Est. 1979
Costas Grammenos Centre for Shipping, Trade and Finance, The / London, UK
Agreement Respecting Merchant Shipping / Est. 1919
Federation of ASEAN Shipowners Associations / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1975
Convention Concerning the Seaworthiness and the Equipment of Ships / Est. 1926
World Shipping Council / Washington DC, USA
Worldscale Association / London, UK / Est. 1969
International Air and Shipping Association / Henley-on-Thames, UK
World Problems relating to ShippingFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Substandard shipping vessels
Obstacles for ocean shipping in developing countries
Overpopulation of shipping vessels
Over-concentration of ownership of maritime fleets
Liner shipping cartels
Evasion of shipping regulations and taxes by flags of convenience
Environmental impacts of shipping
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