What is Cabotage and Why Does it Matter?

Willcox & Savage, P.C.

Cabotage laws are laws that restrict foreign transportation services within a particular country in favor of domestic services. It is protectionism in its most primary sense and has been part of United States law since the Merchant Marine Act of 1920.

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