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Title: The Floating Quarantines: Maritime Implications of Coronavirus in Southeast Asia
Authors: Malhotra, Ankit
Majumder, Bodhisattwa
Keywords: Coronavirus
COVID-19
Maritime Implications- Coronavirus
Issue Date: 11-May-2020
Publisher: Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies
Citation: Malhotra, A. and Majumder, B. (May 11, 2020) The Floating Quarantines: Maritime Implications of Coronavirus in Southeast Asia. Journal of Territorial and Maritime Studies
Abstract: The Shipping Companies are reducing the transport by seaborne vessels which is affecting the supply chains at all levels. Due to the mass percentage of international trade by the sea, Intra-Asian and global supply chain has been faced impediments. Not only the ships are not able to enter the Chinese ports, but the ships are considered to be “floating quarantined” as they are held in docks, their workers held up for inspection, the cancellation of shore leaves, extra port inspections et al. The countries of Southeast Asia have a broad exchange of goods through the sea and international trade is intertwined connections to and with China.
URI: https://www.journalofterritorialandmaritimestudies.net/single-post/2020/05/11/The-Floating-Quarantines-Maritime-Implications-of-Coronavirus-in-Southeast-Asia
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