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Hanli Hanli
(韩 丽)

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Department of Economics of Shipping
Vietnam Maritime University

Haiphong City, Viet Nam
http://vimaru.edu.vn/khoa-donvi/50

84 31 0845931

484 Lach tray street, Ngoquyen District, Haiphong City
RePEc:edi:fevmuvn (more details at EDIRC)

College of Management and Technology
Arab Academy for Science & Technlogy and Maritime Transport

Alexandria, Egypt
http://www.aast.edu/en/colleges/cmt/




RePEc:edi:cmasteg (more details at EDIRC)

Loeb Sullivan School of International Business and Logistics
Maine Maritime Academy

Castine, Maine (United States)
http://ibl.mainemaritime.edu/




RePEc:edi:sbmmaus (more details at EDIRC)

Graduate School of Business
Arab Academy for Science & Technlogy and Maritime Transport

Alexandria, Egypt
http://www.aast.edu/en/colleges/gsb/




RePEc:edi:sbasteg (more details at EDIRC)

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