This Article discusses the regulation of competition in maritime transport by the European Community. Part I examines the history of the relationship between transport and competition policy under the “Treaty Establishing the European Economic Community.” Part II discusses competition in maritime transport and, in particular, the new competition regulation in this area. Part III analyzes the application of the Community’s maritime competition regulation in relation to non-Community countries. The Article concludes that the Community must protect its interests in the shipping industry without impeding international shipping or imposing barriers on free, worldwide trade.
Helmut W.R. Kreis,
European Community Competition Policy and International Shipping,
13 Fordham Int'l L.J. 411
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