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We advise energy companies, independent trading and logistics companies, trade finance banks, miners and end users in relation to all aspects of international trade and logistics.

We specialise in handling complex cross border disputes and international arbitrations as well as providing non-contentious advice on project development, joint ventures, finance documentation, physical and financial trading terms, freight agreements, regulatory issues and sanctions and environmental issues.

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News & insights on Commodities & Trade

News / ICC Incoterms 2020

13-09-2019 / Commodities & Trade

The International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”) has announced the publication of Incoterms 2020. This is the first update to Incoterms since they were last revised in 2010. The new rules become effective from 1 January 2020.

ICC Incoterms 2020

News / Ince lawyers featured in this months issue of Marasi News

29-07-2019 / Commodities & Trade

In this month’s issue of Marasi News, Rania Tadros, Managing Partner and Natalie Jensen, Managing Associate, from our Ince Dubai office have written an article on war risks and the implications of trading in listed areas following the Joint War Committee’s decision to add the Persian Gulf and parts of the Arabian Gulf, including the Gulf of Oman, Oman and the UAE, to its Listed Areas for Hull War, Piracy, Terrorism and related perils. This is a topic that has become very significant and has far reaching consequences to the maritime industry, in particular Shipowners, Charterers and Traders in the region.

Ince lawyers featured in this months issue of Marasi News

News / Iran sanctions update - June 2019

14-06-2019 / Commodities & Trade, Insurance

Iran sanctions - Escalating tensions

Iran sanctions update - June 2019

News / Liabilities for automated warehousing and distribution centres

25-02-2019 / Commodities & Trade

The growth in e-commerce has brought the efficiency of warehousing and distribution centres to the fore. Rather than being bottle-necks and costs centres, warehouses are increasingly being seen as an asset, providing opportunities for value-added services and cost efficiencies.

Liabilities for automated warehousing and distribution centres

News / Consolidation and Integration in the Logistics and Shipping Industries

25-02-2019 / Commodities & Trade

Those who live in Hong Kong are familiar with the city’s giant conglomerates – your lunch, your phone service, your clothes and your flat may all be from the same group of companies. The same may soon become commonplace in the logistics and transport industries. In a world where countries are attempting to withdraw from multilateral engagements and build walls on the border, some major players in the logistics and transport industries are doing the opposite by integrating their businesses.

Consolidation and Integration in the Logistics and Shipping Industries

News / Anti-globalisation and its effect on supply chains

25-02-2019 / Commodities & Trade

Following the 2008 crash, the world has seen a steady rise in anti-globalisation and populist sentiment, with free trade being blamed for everything from rising unemployment and decreased wage growth to rising immigration and forced technology transfer. This has led to a rise in protectionist measures in economies across the globe with Global Trade Alert finding that since 2008 there have been in excess of 1,000 protectionist measures implemented globally. These range from increased tariffs, subsidies and non-tariff barriers to export bans.

Anti-globalisation and its effect on supply chains

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