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Taxation of U.S. shipping companies is bifurcated. The huge number of vessels trading domestically are treated much like other industrial equipment. Much of the attention is on U.S. owned vessels trading internationally; these offer unique wrinkles, with tax policies reflecting decades of history. By Barry Parker
The vast majority of U.S. flagged vessels trade domestically along the coast or on rivers and are subject to ownership

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