|Statement||United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session, on S. 2652 and H. R. 10053, to amend section 502 of the Merchant marine act, 1936...May 20, 1964.|
|LC Classifications||VM299.6 .A5347|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 58 p.|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||64061685|
Construction differential subsidies: hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries of the Committee on Commerce, Eighty-ninth Congress, second session, on S. , a bill to amend Section of the Merchant Marine Act, , relating to construction differential subsidies, Ma (Book, ) . 9. Net construction-differential subsidies payable, fiscal years 46 Ships built with construction-differential subsidies, Contract costs and subsidy payments for cargo ships and 4 com-bination ships on which construction subsidies have been paid-as. 1 Receive vouchers for payment of construction differential subsidy (CDS) submitted by shipyards and owners or purchasers of ships. 2 Establish accounting control over all vouchers on the date they are received. 3 Verify that the required supporting documentation is complete and . SHIP CONSTRUCTION DIFFERENTIAL SUBSIDIES This report begins with a summary of the legislative and administrative background of the construction subsidy. Certain economic aspects of the program are then examined, followed by a detailed description and analysis of the present method used to compute construction differential subsidies.
Since it is felt that a Merchant Marine is essential to the nation in case of war or other emergency, American subsidies are given, in the form of construction differential subsidies and operating differential subsidies. The huge sum of $9,,, was paid out from shipbuilding industries. The U.S. did so for a time through the payment of construction differential subsidies (CDS), but ceased this practice in When foreign shipbuilding companies gained the advantage of subsidization from their governments and the U.S. shipbuilding companies had no comparable advantage, it was impossible for the AmericanFile Size: KB. To counter this negative subsidy, in the Government offered the Fishing Vessel Construction Differential Subsidy Programme.  While the Differential Subsidy Programme was essentially a countervailing programme to counter the effects of the Jones Act, other positive subsidy programmes were instituted to promote the expansion and. Libramar - Maritime Downloads - The best maritime library. Containerization has revolutionized the shipping of cargo. It is estimated that some eighty million containers make over two hundred million trips a year, carrying about ninety percent of today’s bulk cargoes. It means more than four hundred million container handling operations done in a year’s time in nearly all ports around the.
Construction differential subsidies: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session, on H.R. and H.R. , bills to amend section of the Merchant Marine Act, , relating to construction differential subsidies. Construction-Differential SubsidyTo aid a citizen of the united States in the construction of a new vessel to be used on a service, route, or line in the foreign commerce of the United States determined to be essential, the Commission is empowered to have the vessel constructed in a shipyard in the United States. to pay such construction. Construction differential subsidies: hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, Eighty-ninth Congress, first session on H.R. and H.R. , bills to amend section of the Merchant Marine Act, , relating to construction differential subsidies. Driven by a desire to 54 remove the Government from private markets, the Reagan Administration terminated funding for the construction differential subsidy program and, with that termination, the.