Transportation and Communication

The Organization of Shipping

in Ocean Yearbook Online
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Transportation and Communication

The Organization of Shipping

in Ocean Yearbook Online

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The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the United Nations. 1. Manganese ore, mineral sands, raw sugar, scrap, soya beans, pig iron, gypsum, coke, salt, timber, sulfur, cement, iron pyrites, steel, nonferrous ores, fertilizers.

2. See United Nations, Conference on Trade and Development, Secretariat, Freight Markets and theLevel and Structure of Freight Rates (E.69.1I.D.13), 1969, pp. 71-76. 3. Ibid., The Effectiveness of Shipper Organizations (TD/B/C.4/ 154), November 1976.

4. For a full discussion of the factors involved in switching from liner to bulk shipping, see ibid., The Protection of Shipper Interests: Bulking of Cargoes (TB/B/C.4/127, suppl. 4).

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