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This annual review identifies the main developments in world maritime transport and provides world-wide statistical data. It takes a look at supply/demand equilibrium in containerized shipping, shipbuilding and shipscrapping, the development of ports, privatization and .Pages in category "Maritime transport" The following 51 pages are in this category, out of 51 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes ().Serving as the central point of discussion for all issues related to maritime transport in Wikipedia. This task force began in January when WikiProject Maritime Trades (which dates back to 25 March ) and WikiProject Ports (which dates back to 28 April ) were combined and re-imagined as a Transport task force.