The economic regulation of the transportation of commodities moving in foreign commerce is, in the United States, divided among three separate and independent regulatory agencies. This analysis explores the legal developments which have in recent years appeared in the arena of international transportation. More specifically, it shall focus on such regulation as promulgated in the Interstate Commerce Act (ICA) and, concomitantly, the interrelationship of regulatory responsibilities between the separate administrative bodies holding jurisdiction over international transportation and their efforts to stimulate intermodal cooperation.





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