La flota mercante española vuelve a perder activos en 2014 (registry / flota)

La flota mercante española vuelve a perder activos en 2014 (registry / flota)

21/10/2015

Las navieras españolas prefieren los pabellones no comunitarios, lo que demuestra la necesidad de medidas que refuercen la competitividad del Registro de Canarias.

Fuente: Cadena de Suministro. Leer noticia aquí (11/03/2015)

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