Stakeholders split on impact of India’s relaxed cabotage rule

  One group views the cabotage regulation change as an opportunity to lower domestic logistics cost and drive growth in India; the other, a domestic short-sea operators group, argues container line costs, port costs, inadequate infrastructure, and planning are hurting its transhipment business, not cabotage restricton. Above: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust…
Journal of Commerce | Regulation & Policy