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Title: Reviewing safety regulations in the maritime industry within the EU and their impact on international trade
Authors: Frendo, Chris
Keywords: Maritime law -- European Union countries
Shipping -- European Union countries -- Safety measures
Shipping -- European Union countries
Security, International -- European Union countries
International trade
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: The word ‘regulation’ is used in a manner that extends to cover not only the EU legislative meaning but also any type of legislation, convention or agreement which is intended to regulate maritime safety and which is currently in force within the EU. Hence for this scope the United Nations Conventions, other International Conventions, the EU Regulations and Directives, and domestic legislation of key Maritime states will be analysed and reviewed. A critical analysis will be made of key provisions relating to safety at sea and how they are affecting international trade economically, competitively and through a labour perspective.
Description: LL.M.EUR.COMP.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacLaw - 2016
Dissertations - FacLawEC - 2016

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