Carriers’ antitrust immunity may be next target of US shipping reform

Carriers’ antitrust immunity may be next target of US shipping reform

The next logical step in reforming US shipping law – the elimination of ocean carriers’ antitrust immunity – was briefly proposed earlier this year, but shot down due to its potential impact on carriers’ ability to operate within alliances.

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