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Max Tingyao Lin
Activity in main shipping sectors still at a historically low levels
Lack of support from domestic owners overshadows Korean builders’ prospects
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A recent article on alternative finance flushed out a range of opinions
Devolved power to South Korea’s second biggest city could provide a sharp stimulus to its value-added marine sector, but bigger problems might await
Polaris exercised options for extra ships following an order of 10 vessels in September
Four big tankers at Hanjin’s Philippines yard scratched up to four months ago due to refund guarantee problems
South Korean yards being challenged by Chinese builders backed by government financing
Majority of survey respondents say working in the shipping industry is dangerous, unhygienic and tough
Shipbuilder's view based on mergers and acquisitions momentum and secondary rig transactions
Move might take a toll on South Korean shipbuilders that have yet to recover from the financial woe
The order, for a vessel of 170,000 cu m capacity, was won from a consortium of Marubeni, Sojitz, and Pertamina
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