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Dec 01, 2010
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Mr. Chairman, Ranking Member Hutchinson, and members of the Committee, I am honored to appear before you today, renominated by President Obama to be a Commissioner of the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Nov 22, 2010
Remarks of Federal Maritime Commission Chairman Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. to the Fall Meeting of the Danish Maritime Network in the United States at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark on November 18, 2010
I would like to thank Ambassador Taksoe-Jensen for this opportunity to participate in this important session. The Kingdom of Denmark has been a vital ally and partner for the United States. Our cooperation and friendship takes place on many levels.
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Nov 17, 2010
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the Northeast Cargo Symposium in Boston
During the economic downturn, U.S. importers, exporters, and ocean carriers, like every other sector of the global economy, faced the most significant economic challenges of at least a generation. During 2009, U.S. liner exports fell by 14 percent and imports fell by 16 percent. Freight rates plummeted as carriers laid up over 575 vessels worldwide.
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Nov 01, 2010
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the Western Cargo Conference (WESCCON)
If the Commission identifies regulatory relief that would not substantially reduce competition or be detrimental to commerce, I believe we may and, that we should, provide this relief.
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Oct 21, 2010
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye American Metal Market Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference
As you may know, the Shipping Act of 1984 exempts common carriers from the tariff publication requirements and the service contract filing requirements of the Act when they carry “recycled metal scrap.” However, scrap metal shippers are protected by the Shipping Act’s prohibitions contained in chapter 411 of title 46, United States Code.
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