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  • Transportation is made ​​of material production and transportation of goods. Transportation is divided into road transport (often referred to as the transport), water transport (shipping), air transport. Road transport including trains, cars and roads. Water transport, including maritime transport and inland waterway transport. Use of air transport aircraft

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  • There rules shall apply to all vessels upon the high seas and in all waters connected there with navigable by seagoing vessels.Nothing in there rules shall interfere with the operation of special rules made by an appropriate authority for roadsteads, harbors, river, lakes or inland water connected with the high seas navigable

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  • The budget deficit equivalent to total government spending tax minus total government spending revenue.If income tax independently, but depend on the net income, The relevance of seaports in the efficient working of an economy cannot be understated since all goods and passengers transported by sea require the use of, at least, two ports. In the majority of countries, most international trade (export/import), and in some cases also large shares of domestic trade, is done through maritime transport.

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  • Littoral warfare is the use of combined forces, designed for operations in the sea-land-air environment, to influence, deter, or contain and defeat a regional threat through the projection of maritime power. It is an extremely complex and dynamic part of naval warfare. To be waged successfully, it demands long-term commitment to research and development, acquisition, threat assessments, tactical and operational analysis, training, education, and realistic fleet exercises.

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  • The story of American ships and sailors is an epic of blue water which seems singularly remote, almost unreal, to the later generations. A people with a native genius for seafaring won and held a brilliant supremacy through two centuries and then forsook this heritage of theirs. The period of achievement was no more extraordinary than was its swift declension. A maritime race whose topsails flecked every ocean, whose captains courageous from father to son had fought with pike and cannonade to defend the freedom of the seas, turned inland to seek a different destiny and took no more...

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  • Prior to addressing the matter concerning competition in liner shipping, we have preliminarily to understand what is meant by liner shipping, which is one of the two modalities for the carriage of goods by sea, the other being non-liner shipping, better known as “tramp” seaborne transportation of goods.

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  • English predominates in transport and the media. In the field of tourism and community language of international aviation, English plays a major role. Pilots, flight attendants and even the staff speak English control at the international airport. Flags and light signals used in the maritime industry, but "if the vessel needs to transmit signals to each other by the messages they will find a common language and English and then make sure will be the primary choice ", the words of a coast guard of the United States, Werner Siems....

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  • P A R T IV Urban Transportation Transportation economics is a well-defined field of economics. Its subfields can be categorized along three dimensions: transport mode, passenger/freight, and supply/demand/policy; maritime freight supply is therefore a subfield

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