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Shipping Australia joins WISTA Australia!
Shipping Australia is pleased to announce that we have joined the Women’s International Trading & Shipping Association (WISTA) Australia! Formed in 1974, the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA International) is a global organisation connecting female executives and decision-makers around the world. WISTA International serves as a connector for its network of more than...
Global protectionism: restrictive ship-flagging law takes a blow from High Court
A legal decision by the High Court has dealt a blow – albeit only temporarily – to a restrictive ship flagging rule in Bangladesh. The High Court of Bangladesh has, according to media reports, suspended rules that require foreign ships to get a waiver from the Bangladesh shipping regulator before loading cargo for, or leaving...

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