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The load line or Plimsoll mark is a permanent marker on the sides of all ships which indicates the safe freight cargo load levels for different seasons and locations. The load line is also known as the Plimsoll mark after a Liberal MP named Samuel Plimsoll called for an end to the overloading of Freight on ships. His worked brought about the Merchant Shipping Act of 1876 making load lines compulsory on all British Vessels. The First International Load Line Convention was held in London in 1930 and resulted in an international agreement for load line regulations to apply to all seagoing freight ships worldwide.
Russia’s Ministry of Trade wants overseas manufacturing companies to continue to comply with the industrial assembly agreements drawn up under Regulation 166. This regulation, which was amended in 2010, allowed overseas car manufacturers to import parts at preferential rates of ...Read More
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The value of Spanish fruit and vegetables exports to the EU fell 4 per cent in value terms during the opening four months of the year, while exports to third countries grew by 5 per cent. Total Spanish exports in ...Read More
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The value of imports by State departments and parastatals more than doubled in the first four months of the year. Import orders placed by the government reached Sh22.33 billion in the January-April period. This is the largest four-month import order ...Read More
Imports of German cars into Korea showed a significant increase, in the first half of 2018, and improved European carmakers' market share. Smaller numbers of Japanese and American cars were imported. According to the Korea Automobile Importers and Distributors Association, ...Read More