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Asian cities in the global maritime network since the late nineteenth century

Abstract : Asian cities have long concentrated a significant share of world maritime trade and the current situation in the early XXIth century is by no means new. This research proposes an empirical analysis of global maritime flows with a particular focus on Asian cities between 1890 and 2008, based on available information on merchant vessel movements obtained from Lloyd's List. The research maps and compares noticeable traffic shifts among Asian port cities as well as their individual port growth trajectories.
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César Ducruet. Asian cities in the global maritime network since the late nineteenth century. Asian cities: from colonial to global, Apr 2013, Leiden, Netherlands. ⟨halshs-01069369⟩

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