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International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)

  • Kamil A. Bekiashev
  • Vitali V. Serebriakov

Abstract

The International Chamber of Shipping was established in 1948. Its predecessor was the International Shipping Conference founded in 1921 by shipping companies of Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, USA.

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Executive Committee Marine Pollution International Convention Shipping Company International Shipping 
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© K.A. Bekiashev and V.V. Serebriakov 1981

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  • Kamil A. Bekiashev
  • Vitali V. Serebriakov

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