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Can Japan convince competitors to cut shipbuilding subsidies?

Decision-makers in Seoul and Beijing are unlikely to approach the negotiating table until the restructuring of their domestic shipbuilding sectors is settled. Orders are picking up, but that will not solve the issue, either

State shipbuilding aid plans in South Korea and China are ongoing, despite Japan’s strong opposition for government intervention

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