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Published: 2018-10-22

Searching high and low for the right model(s). Port governance in France, by Camille Valero, Research Analyst Legal Affairs, the Higher Institute of Maritime Economics (ISEMAR)

Searching high and low for the right model(s). Port governance in France

Over the past 20 years, the French port policy has undergone major changes. The country's port model is built around two main types: decentralised ports under local (regional) authority as well as state-owned companies known as "Major Maritime Ports" ("Grands Ports Maritimes" in French, GPM). Both adhere to the landlord rule - a model embraced by most European countries, the aim of which is to increase the competitiveness of French ports.

 

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