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Review of maritime transport, 2005 report by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Secretariat

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Published by United Nations in New York, Geneva .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ships & Shipbuilding,
  • Statistics,
  • TRANSPORTATION,
  • Pictorial,
  • Shipping conferences,
  • Merchant marine,
  • Shipping

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby the UNCTAD Secretariat
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE735 R48eb 2005eb
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25548098M
ISBN 101423798260
ISBN 109781423798262
OCLC/WorldCa71848561

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Developments in Latin American and Caribbean trade and maritime transport are featured in the edition. This year´s Review indicates that, while world output grew by per cent in , world seaborne trade (goods loaded) increased by per cent. Worldwide fleet expansion continued at a pace of per cent. 84 Review of Maritime Transport, be possible without trade and transport facilitation. Containerization, for example, significantly facilitates multimodal door-to-door transport services. Since , global port container moves have increased sevenfold, yet many landlocked LDCs are still served mostly by non-containerized transport services. Get this from a library! Review of maritime transport, report. [United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Secretariat.;]. The Review of Maritime Transport, , is an annual publication of the United Nations Secretariat on Trade and Development. Main developments in world maritime activity are analyzed, profiled and presented using statistical data.

Review of Maritime Transport, Annex I (continued) Notes a This classification is for statistical purposes only and does not imply any judgement regarding the stage of development or the political situation of any country or territory. b The following are groups of countries or territories used for presenting statistics in this Review: Developed market-economy countries: Codes 1, 2, 3. Review of Maritime Transport (Russian language) Author: UNCTAD; Publication date: March Page count: ; Language(s) in this book: Russian; Sales number: II.D ; Available Formats. Unavailable. About the product The Review of Maritime Transport provides an analysis of structural and cyclical changes affecting seaborne trade. Maritime transport is the linchpin of the global economy, acting as the physical support for its flows of freight. Although containerization was an important driver of change in maritime shipping.   The Review of Maritime Transport has been published annually since The flagship report provides an analysis of structural and cyclical changes affecting seaborne trade, ports and shipping, as well as an extensive collection of statistics. Around 80% of the volume of international trade in goods is carried by sea, and the percentage is even higher for most developing countries.

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