Mr Speaker, thank you very much for this opportunity.
Mr Speaker, like you rightly asked, the section (a) that handles maritime transport services, talks of limitation. And in this limitation, it talks of access to only 20 per cent of bulk and liner cargo. Mr Speaker, by bulk cargo, they are moved by train vessels. In this instance, even at the time that we were negotiating, we limited just 20% to the foreigners. Now, with liner cargo, it talks about containers. Liner vessels carry containers into the country.
Mr Speaker, as at that time, we limited their participation to only 20 per cent.
Now, the second Deputy Minister for Justice part, that the Deputy Attorney- General looked at talks of international transport, freight and passengers and it mentions none. This one particularly refers to shipping lines that carry the freight;
that is the cargo and then the passengers. This one is none -- Shipping lines that carry them -- Yes, we know we do not have the capacity, so, that one, there is no limitation.
Mr Speaker, if you go further, even when it talks about cabotage transport. Over here, it talks of cabotage transport where the fleet of vessels would carry Ghanaian flags. In this case, even before it can carry cabotage transport here, it means the vessels must be registered here in Ghana, that is when they would be given total access to these commodities.
Mr Speaker, what we are talking of is that -- As Hon Agyeman-Manu just said, customhouse agency, what is it? Custom- house Agency --