May 24, 2017

EU Commission widens scope of the General Block Exemption Regulation – FAQ

State aid: Commission widens scope of the General Block Exemption Regulation – frequently asked questions The EU Treaty gives the European Commission the task of enforcing […]
May 24, 2017

European shipping – the enabler of free movement after Brexit

The shipping community embodies a fundamental acquis of the EU: Free movement of goods and persons. ECSA believes that the current operating climate should be preserved […]
May 22, 2017

Competition and the rule of law affects EU small ports

Competition and the rule of law Romanian Competition Council Anniversary Event, Bucharest, 18 May 2017 Introduction Ladies and gentlemen I want to thank Bogdan Chirițoiu, and […]
May 22, 2017

BPA comments on Conservative’s Election Manifesto

Commenting on the Conservative Party’s General Election Manifesto, published today, the British Ports Association Policy Manager, Mark Simmonds, said: On proposals to withdraw from the customs […]