Chinese Law on Protection of the Marine Environment Caused by Ship Oil Pollution - Lessons Learned for Vietnam

Pham Van Tan


With the natural characteristics, geographic location, Vietnam maritime operations have favorable conditions development for the purposes of trade, tourism, services, exploration..., bring a lot of value to the development of the country.However, with the development of the maritime, the Vietnam sea is facing marine pollution by maritime operations, the marine resources are diminished. Although there are many solutions but the real effect is not high. Law on pollution control in the marine operations is limited.Thus the study of international law as well as law of some countries in the region to learn experience is necessary and urgent now. This article mainly study the Chinese law on oil pollution from ships as well as the actual situation of Vietnam law on protection of marine environment caused by oil pollution from ships. From which point out some lessons learned for Vietnam to improve the system of law protection of the marine environment caused by oil pollution from ships.

Keywords: Ship oil pollution, Protection of marine environment, Law, Chinese law

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