Canada's Cargojet 'controlling' US carrier via legal loophole, claim pilots
Canada’s Cargojet has been accused of ‘controlling’ a US carrier, despite having a minority stake. North ...
France is calling for an update to Europe’s cabotage laws. Accusing existing laws of pushing companies to develop supply chains in lower cost countries, France claims that the cabotage laws harm its hauliers. Nor surprisingly, perhaps, while western European nations and unions appear to agree, central and eastern European countries don’t – along with the Commission.
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