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United Nations (UNCTAD) Minimum Standards For Shipping Agents (1988)

Introduction

Article 1 - Objectives

Article 2 - Definitions

Article 3 - Professional qualifications

Article 4 - Financial qualifications

Article 5 - Code of professional conduct

Article 6 - Enforcement

Article 7 - Compliance

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United Nations (UNCTAD) Minimum Standards For Shipping Agents (1988)

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United Nations (UNCTAD) Minimum Standards For Shipping Agents (1988)

Article 1 - Objectives

The objectives of these Minimum Standards are:

(a) To uphold a high standard of business ethics and professional conduct among shipping agents;

(b) To promote a high level of professional education and experience, essential to provide efficient services;

(c) To encourage operation of financially sound and stable shipping agents;

(d) To contribute to combating maritime fraud by ensuring improved services by better qualified shipping agents;

(c) To provide guidelines for national authorities/professional associations in establishing and maintaining a sound shipping agency system.


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