Asian yards report gloomy first quarter

LATEST figures from China, Japan and South Korea paint a gloomy picture for yards in the world’s top three shipbuilding nations, after shipowners have continued to reduce orders due to overcapacity.In the first quarter of this year, new orders for boxships, bulk carriers and tankers were...

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