Transportation Policy

News and analysis of government transportation policy around the world and its impact on global container shipping and supply chains.

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News & Analysis

18 Aug 2017
Indian dockworker labor unions and the chief labor commissioner reached a tentative last-minute agreement Thursday, averting an Aug. 18 strike.
17 Aug 2017
The dispute focuses on efforts to modernize the Trans-Siberian Railway.
16 Aug 2017
Union representatives and officials from the chief labor commissioner have had several rounds of negotiations.
14 Aug 2017
The growing popularity of the direct port delivery program has put pressure on the earnings of logistics companies.
08 Aug 2017
“The congestion in Chittagong port has gone beyond the tolerable limit.”
02 Aug 2017
The Bangladesh government is welcoming private sector investments in inland container terminals.
02 Aug 2017
Washington State’s two senators asked in August 2011 for a study of potential cargo diversions after hearing their states’ ports might be losing business to Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
27 Jul 2017
The EU’s executive said it is also assessing tax breaks for other ports in the 28-nation bloc.
24 Jul 2017
The authority said the Netherlands is the only country whose ports have been ordered by the European Union to pay corporation tax.
21 Jul 2017
The government of India is stepping up efforts to build an array of multimodal logistics facilities across the nation.