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Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

STATISTICAL ANNEX 203

STATISTICAL ANNEX 203 Annex IV. True nationality of 20 largest fleets by flag of registration, as at 1 January 2011a Annex V. Container port throughput for maritime economies, 2008 and 2009 (concluded) Country or territory of ownership 2008 2009 Rank (2009) Philippines 4 471 428 4 306 723 27 Poland 859 341 671 552 62 Portugal 1 297 402 1 233 482 47 Qatar 400 000 410 000 74 Republic of Korea 17 417 723 15 699 161 6 Romania 1 380 935 594 299 65 Russian Federation 3 307 075 2 337 634 34 Saint Helena 700 623 126 Saint Lucia 70 202 51 942 119 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 16 570 16 238 124 Saudi Arabia 4 652 022 4 430 676 26 Senegal 347 483 331 076 80 Singapore 30 891 200 26 592 800 3 Slovenia 353 880 343 165 79 South Africa 3 875 952 3 726 313 30 Spain 13 461 302 11 803 192 10 Sri Lanka 3 687 465 3 464 297 31 Sudan 391 139 431 232 72 Sweden 1 298 778 1 251 424 45 Switzerland 92 464 78 285 112 Syrian Arab Republic 610 607 685 299 59 Thailand 6 726 237 5 897 935 21 Trinidad and Tobago 554 093 567 183 68 Tunisia 424 780 418 880 73 Turkey 5 218 316 4 521 713 24 Ukraine 1 123 268 516 698 70 United Arab Emirates 14 756 127 14 425 039 8 United Kingdom 7 185 963 6 700 362 17 United Republic of Tanzania 363 310 370 401 77 United States 42 411 640 37 347 064 2 Uruguay 675 273 588 410 66 Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 1 325 194 1 238 717 46 Viet Nam 4 393 699 4 840 598 22 Yemen 492 313 382 445 76 Total 514 858 737 469 414 358 Source: UNCTAD secretariat, derived from information contained in Containerisation International Online (May 2011), from various Dynamar B.V. publications, and from information obtained by the UNCTAD secretariat directly from terminal operators and port authorities. Note: Some figures are estimates. Port throughput figures tend not to be disclosed by ports until a considerable time after the end of the calendar year. Country totals may conceal the fact that minor ports may not be included; therefore, in some cases, the actual figures may be higher than those given.

204 Annex VI. UNCTAD Liner Shipping Connectivity Index, as at 1 January 2011 REVIEW OF MARITIME TRANSPORT 2011 Country or territory 2004 2010 Index points 2011 Average Change Rank 2004 annual change 2004–2011 2011/2010 China 100.00 143.57 152.06 7.44 8.49 1 1 China, Hong Kong 94.42 113.60 115.27 2.98 1.67 2 2 Singapore 81.87 103.76 105.02 3.31 1.26 4 3 Germany 76.59 90.88 93.32 2.39 2.44 7 4 Netherlands 78.81 89.96 92.10 1.90 2.14 6 5 Republic of Korea 68.68 82.61 92.02 3.33 9.41 10 6 Malaysia 62.83 88.14 90.96 4.02 2.82 12 7 Belgium 73.16 84.00 88.47 2.19 4.47 8 8 United Kingdom 81.69 87.53 87.46 0.82 -0.07 5 9 United States 83.30 83.80 81.63 -0.24 -2.17 3 10 Spain 54.44 74.32 76.58 3.16 2.26 15 11 France 67.34 74.94 71.84 0.64 -3.10 11 12 Italy 58.13 59.57 70.18 1.72 10.61 14 13 Japan 69.15 67.43 67.81 -0.19 0.38 9 14 China, Taiwan Province of 59.56 64.37 66.69 1.02 2.32 13 15 United Arab Emirates 38.06 63.37 62.50 3.49 -0.87 18 16 Saudi Arabia 35.83 50.43 59.97 3.45 9.54 19 17 Morocco 9.39 49.36 55.13 6.53 5.77 78 18 Egypt 42.86 47.55 51.15 1.18 3.60 16 19 Viet Nam 12.86 31.36 49.71 5.26 18.35 55 20 Oman 23.33 48.52 49.33 3.71 0.81 31 21 India 34.14 41.40 41.52 1.05 0.12 21 22 Sri Lanka 34.68 40.23 41.13 0.92 0.90 20 23 Malta 27.53 37.53 40.95 1.92 3.42 25 24 Turkey 25.60 36.10 39.40 1.97 3.30 29 25 Canada 39.67 42.39 38.41 -0.18 -3.98 17 26 Panama 32.05 41.09 37.51 0.78 -3.58 22 27 Thailand 31.01 43.76 36.70 0.81 -7.06 23 28 Mexico 25.29 36.35 36.09 1.54 -0.26 30 29 South Africa 23.13 32.49 35.67 1.79 3.18 32 30 Lebanon 10.57 30.29 35.09 3.50 4.80 67 31 Brazil 25.83 31.65 34.62 1.26 2.97 28 32 Greece 30.22 34.25 32.15 0.28 -2.10 24 33 Algeria 10.00 31.45 31.06 3.01 -0.39 74 34 Argentina 20.09 27.61 30.62 1.50 3.01 37 35 Pakistan 20.18 29.48 30.54 1.48 1.06 36 36 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 13.69 30.73 30.27 2.37 -0.46 52 37 Rank 2011

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    xii SADC Southern African Developme

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    2 A. WORLD ECONOMIC SITUATION AND P

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    10 Figure 1.2. International seabor

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    24 Table 1.8. Estimated cargo flows

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    26 2. Energy security, oil prices a

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    78 Table 3.6. Container ship time c

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    86 A. PORT DEVELOPMENTS 1. Containe

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    88 Table 4.1. Container port traffi

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    92 In Costa Rica, APMT won a 33-yea

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    102 4. Railways transport developme

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    110 A. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS IN TR

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    112 Exercise of the right of arrest

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    118 By contrast, a number of other

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    122 implementation of the SAFE Fram

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    124 Box 5.1. The International Ship

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    134 Source: For official status inf

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