Mondaq Asia Pacific: Transport
Clyde & Co
The current outbreak of the Ebola virus is understandably causing widespread international concern, with over 4,900 deaths out of approximately 13,000 people exposed or infected.
Clyde & Co
The result of fatigue is impaired performance and diminished alertness. A common symptom of fatigue is a change in the level of risk that a person accepts.
Stacks/The Law Firm
A cruise passenger could have claims against a cruise operator for the tort of negligence and for breach of contract.
Kenny Spring Solicitors
NSW drink driving offenders will face new penalties and be required to fix alcohol Interlock devices to their vehicles.
CBP Lawyers
A recent NSW decision has highlighted the duty of care of those involved in procuring or providing aviation services.
CBP Lawyers
Insurers unsuccessful in relying on exclusions in Institute War and Strikes Clauses.
Holding Redlich
The transport industry is one of the most regulated and complex.
Foley & Lardner
The Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) recently presented on February 4th its annual China Market update webinar, and as usual a lot of great information was imparted to OESA members.
King & Wood Mallesons
Parties have signed a cooperation agreement on international aviation arbitration in Shanghai.
Reed Smith
Notice 2014 No. 37 is wide reaching, repealing a number of existing tax regulations (dating from 1993 to 2008) and replacing them with a unified, extensive regime.
Shanghai Kai-Rong Law Firm
The Measures clarify issues concerning the scope and methods of disclosure as well as procedures, supervision and protection, etc.
Wang Jing & Co
China, the world's biggest soy buyer, imported a record volume of soybeans in 2013...
Wang Jing & Co
On 22 February 2012, there was a major collision between vessel MM and ZH off Hong Kong.
Wang Jing & Co
Before Special Maritime Procedure Law of the People's Republic of China took into force in 2000 (SMPL 2000), three judicial interpretations were issued by the PRC Supreme Court to regulate forced sale of ships.
Shanghai Kai-Rong Law Firm
The Catalogue of Advantageous Industries for Foreign Investment in Central and Western Regions (Revised in 2013) came into effect on June 10, 2013.
Shanghai Kai-Rong Law Firm
The Regulation on the Administration of Domestic Water Transport issued on December 30, 2013 came into force from March 1, 2014.
Shanghai Kai-Rong Law Firm
The General Administration of Customs released the Measures for Disclosing Government Information by Customs of the PRC which came into effect on April 1, 2014.
Shanghai Kai-Rong Law Firm
The plaintiff and the defendant entered into a transportation agreement in which the defendant would transport 10 sets of passenger boarding bridges.
Wang Jing & Co
On 14 March 2014, China Water Transport Net reported that Tsuji Heavy Industries had recently launched the world first LNG fueled multipurpose general cargo vessel.
Shanghai Kai-Rong Law Firm
In April of 2012, the defendant entrusted the plaintiff to handle the freight forwarding issues of two shipments.
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