India Eases Chartering Rules

Friday, February 25, 2000
Indian shipping companies can now charter out their vessels to foreign companies without prior government approval, a Surface Transport ministry official said. He said the Department of Shipping has, however, stipulated that the companies will need to submit monthly fixture reports to the Director-General of Shipping.
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