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Shipping Companies


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Shipping Companies, Inland and Estuarine

Twentieth-Century Shipping Strategies: Broström and Transatlantic, Gothenburg's Leading Shipping Companies

Perjury charges for a shipping company executive

Perjury charges for another shipping company executive

Murrant, Sir Ernest Henry (1889–1974), shipping company executive

“Our Little Company:” The Wilsons and North Eastern Railway Shipping Company Limited, 1906-1935

Azov Shipping Company v Werf-en Vlasnatie NV, Appeal judgment, (2001) Antwerp Maritime L Rep 318, ILDC 43 (BE 2001), 19th March 2001, Court of Appeal

Middle East Cement Shipping and Handling Company SA v Egypt, Decision on jurisdiction, ICSID Case No ARB/99/6, IIC 311 (2000), 27th November 2000, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

Société Eram Shipping Company Limited v Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, Appeal decision, [2003] UKHL 30, [2004] 1 AC 260, [2003] 3 WLR 21, [2003] 3 All ER 465, ILDC 254 (UK 2003), 12th June 2003, House of Lords [HL]

US Titan Incorporated v Guangzhou Zhen Hua Shipping Company Limited, Appeal judgment, Docket No 98-9477, ILDC 1864 (US 2001), 241 F.3d 135 (2d Cir. 2001), 15th February 2001, Court of Appeals (2nd Circuit) [2d Cir.]

Middle East Cement Shipping and Handling Company SA v Egypt, Award, ICSID Case No ARB/99/6, (2003) 18 ICSID Rev-FILJ 602, (2005) 7 ICSID Rep 173, IIC 169 (2002), 12th April 2002, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

228 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the bringing in of any Commodities traded by the Eastland Merchants into this Kingdom, as well by subjects as strangers, not free of that Company; with a publication of certain Statutes for the restraint of all His Majesty's subjects from shipping any commodities in strangers bottoms, either into, or out of this Kingdom. [Theobalds 21 July 1622]

Council Regulation (EC) No 246/2009 of 26 February 2009 on the application of Article [101(3)] of the [Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union] to certain categories of agreements, decisions and concerted practices between liner shipping companies (consortia) (Codified version) (Council of the European Union) 246/2009, [2009] OJ C 79/1

Commission Regulation (EC) No 906/2009 of 28 September 2009 on the application of [Article 101(3) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union] to certain categories of agreements, decisions and concerted practices between liner shipping companies (consortia) (Text with EEA relevance) (European Commission) 906/2009, [2009] OJ L 256/31

148 By the King. A Proclamation, prohibiting the bringing in of any Commodities traded from the Levant, into this Kingdom; as well by Subjects as Strangers, not free of that Company: Also containing a publication of certain Statutes, for the restraint of all His Majesty's Subjects, from Shipping any Commodities in Strangers Bottoms, either into this Kingdom, or out of the same. [Whitehall 17 April 1615]

124 By the King. A Proclamation reviving and enlarging a former Proclamation made in the Reigne of King James, prohibiting the bringing in of any Commodities traded by the Eastland Merchants into this Kingdome, aswell by Subjects as Strangers, not free of that Company, with a publication of certaine Statutes for the restraint of all His Majesty's Subjects, from shipping any Commodities in Strangers Bottomes, either into, or out of this Kingdome. [Whitehall 7 March 1630]

 

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