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Title:Legal structure and management of terminals: Focus on commercial issues and privatization PDF Logo
Authors:Schinas, Orestis
Issue Date:2010
Series/Report no.:Working Paper Series der HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration 01/2010
Abstract:Most ports globally remain under public control, yet globalization and international logistic chains exercise pressure towards the dilution of the public control. This text presents briefly the institutional framework of ports and focuses on the operational and financial triggers to dilute public control. Then the key issues related to the market and the society are analyzed. This chapter concludes with a section on the bid process and the primal points discussed, negotiated and agreed in a concession procedure.
Subjects:Port Management
Terminal Management
Privatization
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Working Paper Series der HSBA, Hamburg School of Business Administration

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