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Definition of the noun cabotage
What does cabotage mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: cabotages
- the exclusive right of a country to control the air traffic within its borders
- navigation in coastal waters
Alternative definition of the noun cabotage
- The transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country.
- The right to engage in such transport.
- The exclusive right of a country to control such transport.
Cabotage traditionally refers to shipping along coastal routes, port to port. Now the word is often used to refer to the transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country by a vessel or an aircraft registered in another country. Originally a shipping term, cabotage now also covers aviation, railways, and road transport. Cabotage is "trade or navigation in coastal waters, or, the exclusive right of a country to operate the air traffic within its territory".
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Cabotage
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Handbook of Global Logistics (2012)
Transportation in International Supply Chains by James H. Bookbinder
Cabotage refers to rules that permit carriage between domestic points only by carriers of that nation (or more commonly...
Cabotage is a worldwide issue, and with the exception of European Union countries, there appears to be little desire ...
by American Society of International Law, American Society of International Law. Meeting
Ry cabotage is designated the trade between the home country and other over- sea ports like between Havre and Marseilles, while petit cabotage is the sea trade between ports on the same stretch of coast. The expression coasting or ...
The Global Airline Industry (2016)
Business, Industry by CTI Reviews
Cabotage: Cabotage is the transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country bya vesseloran aircraft registered in another country. Originally starting with shipping, cabotage now also covers aviation, railwaysandroad ...
International Logistics (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Cabotage is the transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country by a vessel or an aircraft registered in another country. Originally starting with shipping, cabotage now also covers aviation, railways and road transport.
Basics — Exercises — Case Studies by Harald Gleissner, J. Christian Femerling
Cabotage is a foreign carrier's permission to perform transports in a specific country, so long as they begin and end in the Table 5.1 Important characteristics of road freight transport Good network-forming. Fig. 5.3 Tonne-kilometer performance ...
International Law (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Cabotage: Cabotage is the transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country byavessel or anaircraft registered in another country. Originally starting with shipping, cabotage nowalso covers aviation, railways androad ...
Public Services in EU Law (2014)
by Wolf Sauter
Maritime cabotage Maritime cabotage is a term of art that means providing shipping services between ports within the same Member State. The 1992 Maritime Cabotage Regulation contains a single article on public service obligations, which ...
European Union Enlargement (2011)
Background, Developments, Facts by Martin Sajdik, Michael Schwarzinger
Cabotage means the right of a transport company, which fulfills certain conditions and which is legally active in one EU Member State, to carry out transports within another Member State where this company is not registered.1 However, not ...
by M. Kroon, R. Smit, J. van Ham
Allowing cabotage is an item which ...
It is thought by some that the Nile can be made navigable to the Asua, in 1 As cabotage is the received term for coasting trade, and there is need of some convenient term for inland navigation trade, whether it be the traffic of river, canal, or lake ...
International Marketing (2013)
by Stanley Paliwoda, Michael Thomas
Cabotage is the freedom for truckers registered in one EU country to collect and deliver loads between two points inside a second EU country. Cabotage remains a problem also for the airline industry to the same degree. Movement of goods ...
Africa's Infrastructure (2009)
A Time for Transformation by World Bank
Cabotage is the provision of transport within a country by a foreign operator. References Briceño-Garmendia, Cecilia, Vivien Foster, Hyoung Wang, Alvaro Federico Barra, and Ranga Rajan Krishnamani. 2009a. “Prioritizing Infrastructure ...
Cabotage is a term used in the maritime transport industry to indicate the carriage of products or people between two ports within a country — such as between Anchorage and Los Angeles in the United States. on a dutiable value basis for ...
by International Monetary Fund
' Cabotage is the term used to ...
Social Science and Policy by Mark Garrett
The right or privilege, in respectof scheduled international airservices, of transporting cabotage traffic betweentwo pointsin the territory of thegranting State on a service which originatesor terminatesin the home country of theforeign carrier or ...
by John Bouvier, Francis Rawle
CABOTAGE. A nautical term from the Spanish, denoting strictly navigation from cape to cape along the coast without going out Into the open sea. In International Law, cabotage Is identified with coasting-trade so that it means navigating and ...
by Clive Parry, John P. Grant, J. Craig Barker
cabotage 'The littoral state may, in the absence of...
exclude foreign vessels from navigation and trade along the coast, the so-called cabotage, and reserve this cabotage ...
by S. Medlik
cabotage In shipping, coastal trade or transport between ports of the same country. In civil aviation, travel and transport on domestic routes or between territories of a ...
by Allan Beaver
cabotage Travel between territories of the same sovereign state.
Морской техническій словарь ... Polyglot Naval Technical Dictionary ... Dictionnaire Technique Polyglotte des termes de la Marine, etc. Pt. 1., livr. 1-5. Eng., Fr. and Russ (1863)
by Andrei Mikhailovich ENGEL
en cabotage. habit, justaucorps, jaquette,cotte, cosaque, couche, ntise. chemise blanche, chap _', snif, courai, poil, fourrure. cotte d`armes, salad :t Молот-ь для paaôttttauia угля. Угольный atom.: лить at. uzuyolt nan. угольнымъ ...
by Leo de Colange
• Cabotage, the French name for the coasting trade. Petit cabotage is applied to coasting voyages ...
Marketing dictionary (2000)
by Wolfgang J. Koschnick
cabotage Kabotage/ to calibrate v/t eichen calibration Eichung /, Kalibrieren n, Kalibrie- rung/ calibration mark Eichmarke/ call 1. Besuch m, Kontaktversuch m 2. Vertreterbesuch m 3. Anruf m, Telefongesprach n to call 1. v/t besuchen, Besuch ...
A Dictionary of Law (2015)
by Jonathan Law
cabotage n. Transport services provided in one member state of the EU by a carrier of another state.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
Flight aud Flying Jaunting Car Litter Motors, Electric Palanquin Parachute Pneumatic Despatch Railways Shipping Anchor Ballast Barge Belay Berth Bilge Binnacle Boat Bowline Bum boat Buoy Bargee Cable Cabotage Caique Canoe ...
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- Cabotage - definition
Cabotage laws are passed by national governments and express the terms on which carriers may carry passengers, goods or materials within their borders of ...
- Cabotage Meaning
Video shows what cabotage means. The transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country.. The right to engage in such transport.
- VOCABULARY IN 20 LANGUAGES = maritime cabotage
- VOCABULARY IN 20 LANGUAGES = air cabotage
- VOCABULARY IN 20 LANGUAGES = road cabotage
Scrabble value of C3A1B3O1T1A1G2E1
The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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