Japanese yards see 43% year-on-year fall in export orders
- Friday 18 May 2012, 10:38
JAPANESE shipbuilders have begun fiscal 2012 by recording the slowest month for exports in three years, such orders totalling 515,768 gt for 10 ships, representing a 43% drop in tonnage terms from the 912,412 gt for 22 ships ordered in April 2011, according to the Japan Ship Exporters’...
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