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A Study on the Seafarers Education for Cabotage in KOREA
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A Study on the Seafarers Education for Cabotage in KOREA
Kim, Sung-Kuk;
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 Abstract
The cabotage rule has been protecting the domestic industry from foreign competitions as a kind of trade barrier. In the United States, the shipbuilding industry has been maintained with the help of to the strict cabotage operations by reinforcing advantages for domestic crews and ships which are built in the U.S. For most countries, cabotage has been granted legitimacy in their coastal shipping by Low Carbon Transport in terms of economic and emergency reasons. The cabotage rule is required in the stable supply of the seafarers which rely on the legitimate maritime education. This study analyzes Korean cabotage system and the problems with regard to seafarers education. It is found that the resolution is set up the cabotage act such as Jones Act, U.S.
 Keywords
Cabotage;Low Carbon Transport;Coastal shipping;Maritime Safety;Seafarers education;Nautical officer;
 Language
Korean
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