Shippers cry foul as Sri Lanka government reneges on all-in rate rule
Shippers in Sri Lanka have raised serious concerns over government action to deregulate export/import freight ...
Two Middle East airlines have announced they will ditch surcharges and offer all-in rates. In this analysis, Voice of the Independent notes that forwarders are, tentatively, pleased with the move, but are questioning the motivation in the light of falling oil prices.
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