Regulation – Page 10

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    Kiwi builders return to work as NZ lockdown measures ease

    2020-04-27T09:48:00Z IBI , by Barry Thompson

    As New Zealand prepares for an easing of lockdown measures at 11:59pm tonight, Kiwi boatbuilders are looking forward to returning to work on Tuesday under Level 3 restrictions. When Level 4 lockdown came in over five weeks ago, Kiwi boat manufacturers, along with the rest of the country, had ...

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    EU roadmap for lifting of COVID-19 containment measures

    2020-04-20T14:20:00Z

    The European Boating Industry association (EBI) has provided the following update from the EU recommending a coordinated approach to lifting Coronavirus restrictions across the region

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    ABYC updates USCG guide, solicits input for future standards updates

    2020-04-14T13:02:00Z

    Standards updates applicable to all companies building boats for the US market

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    Global Covid-19 update | 9 April

    2020-04-09T14:37:00Z

    The International Council of Marine Industry Association (ICOMIA) and its member associations are providing regular updates to a ’living’ State of the Industry report tracking the latest regulations regarding COVID-19 and the specific impacts on the boating sector in countries across the world.

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    Global Covid-19 update (New)

    2020-04-07T13:54:00Z

    The International Council of Marine Industry Association (ICOMIA) and its member associations are providing regular updates to a ’living’ State of the Industry report tracking the latest regulations regarding COVID-19 and the specific impacts on the boating sector in countries across the world.

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    Global Covid-19 update

    2020-04-03T16:16:00Z

    The International Council of Marine Industry Association (ICOMIA) and its member associations are providing regular updates to a ’living’ State of the Industry report tracking the latest regulations regarding COVID-19 and the specific impacts on the boating sector in countries across the world.

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    US Paycheck Protection Program begins 3 April

    2020-04-01T13:46:00Z

    Boat dealers and small builders in the US can begin applying for economic relief this weekend under a new government program put into place to stem the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Global COVID-19 Update

    2020-03-31T12:24:00Z

    The International Council of Marine Industry Associations (ICOMIA) and its member associations have provided a ’State of the Industry’ report covering COVID-19 restrictions implemented in countries across the world, particularly as they apply to the boating sector

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    EBI supports open EU borders for goods and introduction of ‘green lanes’

    2020-03-30T14:56:00Z

    support open EU borders for goods and introduction of the green lanes

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    What the US$2 trillion relief package means to the boating industry

    2020-03-30T14:21:00Z

    With over half the US under ‘stay at home’ orders from state or local governments, President Trump has signed a US$2 trillion economic relief package aimed at workers and businesses of all sizes, while separate action has seen additional action on tariffs. The package allows businesses to delay payment ...

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    NZ marine industry temporarily suspended

    2020-03-30T13:54:00Z

    New Zealand is now in total lockdown

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    Dutch sector seeks guarantee fund as economic outlook darkens over coronavirus

    2020-03-27T15:55:00Z

    The coronavirus will force a 3.5% drop in Dutch economic growth this year, says ABN AMRO. The Netherlands’ third largest bank sees growth returning in 2021, possibly by as much as 2.5%.

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    Canada passes USMCA trade agreement into law

    2020-03-16T12:30:00Z

    The Canadian government passed legislation on Friday ratifying the new US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) before shutting down until April 20 as a result of the developing Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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    European Boating Industry welcomes EU Industrial Strategy

    2020-03-11T12:11:00Z

    EBI secretary general Philip Easthill: Smaller companies are the ”backbone” of European industry European Boating Industry (EBI) has responded to the release yesterday of the European Commission’s flagship Industrial Strategy and SME Strategy, saying that it welcomes their potential to ”support the recreational boating industry in ...

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    Greece to simplify yacht legislation

    2020-03-09T16:29:00Z

    Greek yacht legislation is expected to be simplified over the coming month. For now, the main measures include: Pleasure yachts registered under the EU Flag Yachts will be free to sail in Greece with less bureaucracy, and formalities will be available through online platforms. DEKPA, the certificate for ...

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    Lawyers’ statement in Sunseeker dispute

    2020-02-28T15:40:00Z IBI

    Lawyers acting on behalf of the prospective owners of a 74ft Sunseeker yacht, which was impounded by US marshals at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November, have made the following statement after the recent Federal Court ruling that the yacht should be returned to Sunseeker USA: ...

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    NMMA Canada lobbies parliamentarians in bid to head off luxury tax

    2020-02-28T10:03:00Z

    Representatives from NMMA Canada and regional boating trade associations nationwide descended on the Canadian national capital on Thursday in a coordinated lobbying effort aimed at convincing legislators to rethink a proposed 10% luxury tax on boats of more than $100,000.

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    Sunseeker USA wins court ruling to recover seized yacht

    2020-02-27T13:31:00Z

    District court finds in favour of Sunseeker USA and orders return of 74ft Sport Yacht seized at the Ft Lauderdale boat show in November

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    Boating community sinks Virginia boat tax

    2020-02-26T15:17:00Z

    Efforts by the Prince William County, Virginia Board of Supervisors to reinstate a 20-year-old boat tax were dead in the water when more than 100 boat owners and business people voiced opposition at a public hearing Tuesday night.

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    New rules in Seychelles allows foreigners to own superyachts

    2020-02-25T09:44:00Z

    The Seychelles government has introduced new policies related to foreign yacht ownership and operation. Under the new rules, according to a Seychelles News Agency report, a foreigner is able to own a yacht if it is over 24m (79ft) in length and valued in excess of $2m.