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New OECD report casts doubts on liner companies block exemption

Most of the consortia cooperation between liner companies exceed the threshold they must remain below to benefit from the EU's consortia block exemption, concludes a new report by the International Transport Forum, a body under OECD. This is noteworthy for three reasons, says ITF.

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Only a few of the liner sector's consortia cooperation on trade routes to and from Europe are small enough to benefit from the unique consortia block exemption that otherwise applies in the EU, concludes the International Transport Forum, ITF, in a new report.

The ITF works under the OECD.

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