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Freight Forwarders To The Law In The Conversion Of Third-party Logistics Operators

Posted on:2007-07-11Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y LouFull Text:PDF
GTID:2206360212455620Subject:International Law
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Leading with the opening policy, the international freight forwarder has developed quickly in these twenty years. After China's join the WTO, the international freight forwarder in China is facing new challenge and charge. For the international freight forwarders, cannot do nothing but exhibit their affair to the third party logistics operator. Especially when it is difficult to be the middleman, through expand its affair into the third party logistic to improve the business capacity is the best way for the international freight forward. It can use this way to strong its core ability and bring into play market value. How to draw lessons from the foreign freight forwarders, which have the successful experiences about expanding into the third-party logistics and developing wider business as the contract party concerned. It seems to be important problems demanding prompt solution.There is no law about the third-party logistics' legal statuses to go by, and there are big differences between the foreign freight forwarder and the third-party logistics.This paper aims to deeply analyze the legal character and legal statuses of the third-party logistics and international freight forwarder. This article also tries to make detailed analysis and research to these differences.The paper begins from the third-party logistics' legal statuses and then analyzes the traditional business mode and NVOCC mode of the international freight forwarder. The main part of this paper is to analyze the liability system differences between the third party logistics and freight forwarder.
Keywords/Search Tags:International freight forwarder, NVOCC, Third-party logistics, Maritime law
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