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SMW: Assets-handling ability to determine who will win out in China’s ship leasing

The capability to handle ship assets has become increasingly important for Chinese leasing houses, which are facing fierce competition and seeking ways, including taking operating leases, to expand revenue and even take riskier projects

Capital Link panellists said technical capability and expertise to run the ship assets in Chinese leasing firms is a crucial competitive edge for the players

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