4 edition of Cargo preference and agriculture found in the catalog.
Cargo preference and agriculture
by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Series||Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1992, 92-64 ENR.|
|Contributions||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
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The Cargo Preference Act or Cargo Preference refers generally to legal requirements for the carriage of government-impelled cargoes on the vessels flagged within the registry of that government for the.
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Cargo Preference Requirements - Questions and Answers. What is Cargo Preference. The U.S. Congress has passed various laws meant to promote and facilitate a U.S. maritime transportation. Cargo preference for food aid (CPFA) requirements increased the overall cost of shipping food aid by an average of 23 percent, or $ million, over what the cost would have been had CPFA.
Cargo Preference Requirements The US DOT's Maritime Administration (MARAD) has the responsibility for enforcing cargo preference statutes and regulations.
MARAD oversees the administration of US. The Cargo Preference Act of requires that at least 50 percent of civilian agency cargoes be transported on U.S.-flag vessels. However, the law was changed inas part of an.
An advance decision was requested as to whether the Cargo Preference Act prohibits the Department of Defense from using overseas areas foreign-flag shipping services for shipping military. The FAR clause implementing the Cargo Preference Act ofFARis not included in either the Prime's contract with the government or in our contract with the Prime.
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The Government Accountability Office last week released a study of cargo preference for food aid (CPFA) that says the law requiring a preference for U.S. ships increased the overall cost of shipping food aid. Yeutter, F.2d at (agencies could properly allocate cargo preference tonnage on a nationwide, rather than port-by-port, basis; effect of this action was to force diversion of cargo preference shipping.
• GAO reported that when MAP cut cargo preference from 75% to 50%, USAID shipping costs fell less than 9% and USDA shipping costs not at all. The cost of restoring cargo preference back to 75% File Size: KB. However, preference cargo is critical to some U.S.-flag ship lines, as U.S.-flag ships are not price-competitive with foreign-flag ships in carrying the overwhelming bulk of exports and imports File Size: KB.
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Format: Paperback. Cargo Preference Overview - Metadata Updated: March 1, This database designed to record the captured data and produce reports on shipments under purview of the Cargo Preference Publish Year: In South Sudan, food aid is used as a weapon and is either looted and destroyed or blocked from reaching those in areas controlled by the opposition.
Similar instances occur in Somalia where aid. Sectionwhich is not part of P.L. but is a separate agriculture act provides free surplus commodities for less developed countries.
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Hearings]. For a general Cited by: 1. The Cargo Preference Act of - The law requires that at least 50 percent of the gross tonnage of all Government generated cargo, meaning cargoes procured, furnished, or financed by the United States .The Cargo Book.
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