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Fishing Ports in Croatia - Public or Private Ports

Goran Vojković orcid id ; Prometni fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Neven Grubišić ; Pomorski fakultet Sveučilišta u Rijeci, Rijeka, Hrvatska
Lea Vojković ; Hrvatski hidrografski institut, Split, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 170 Kb

str. 205-213

preuzimanja: 1.418



This paper deals with fishing ports in the Republic of Croatia, which are usually categorized as ports of special assignment. The paper shows that the actual, long established division of ports into those open to public transportation and ports of special assignment does not suit the level and the requirements of economic development of the Republic of Croatia any more; particularly after Croatia's integration to the European Union. By bringing the public service offered by a port into the same line with its assignment (general assignment - port open for public transportation; special assignment - port not open for public transportation), port's economical development becomes limited and the implementation of basic market principles of the European Union difficult. Using fishing ports as an example, the paper suggests modernization of the basic port division within the Croatian legal frame. Basically, port categorization should differentiate between public and private ports, in dependence on the service they provide.

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fishing ports; ports open for public transportation; ports of special assignment; public ports; private ports

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