What matters more than proven results?
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What matters more than proven results?

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What merchants should know about CMR to preserve their right and interests

International Transport Law made easy What merchants should know about CMR to preserve their right and interests CMR is the abbreviation referring to an international convention on the international transport of goods by road. The name itself carries three messages: It pertains to road transport, meaning other modes of transport such as air, sea, rail are out of its scope, This convention observes international transport, meaning that at least two countries should be involved, It is dealing with “goods” not passengers. This convention was drafted and immediately came into force in 1956 in Geneva. The initial member countries who ratified the text were mainly European ones. What the users and people however perceive from the term ”CMR” is the document or Bill of Lading which is issued by the transport Co. according to the regulations guidelines. Needless to say that this perception is wrong. Why? Because first of all, according to this convention’s stipulations the title of transport issued is a way bill and not specifically...

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Issue: Where are we in Iran’s maritime boycott?

This is a key issue to anticipate what is going on in this regard. As a matter of fact the first step towards Iran’s maritime boycott was taken once EU imposed unilateral sanctions against Iran’s national flag carrier, IRISL by putting a ban on the right of berth of this shipping line alongside European ports. The next step was the boycott of Shahid Rajaee port, Iran’s major container port, by shipping lines, followed by P&I clubs refusing to cover any vessel, whether Iranian flag or other, carrying any oil, gas or petrochemical product of Iran. Consequently many of Iranian trade, be it export or import, had to take the way of Jebel Ali port at extraordinary financial burden to accede to ocean going vessels.

One major pretext to boycott Shahid Rajaee port was its container terminal operator whose name appeared on the sanction list of EU. No such pretext...

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