US’s credit crunch weighs on Japanese vessel finance
Japanese ship financial market is reported to have been shrunken stemming from the U.S. financial credit crunch, which has been projected as having a relatively advantageous condition such as financial soundness. According to foreign press source...
CSBC Intend to Increase ship prices
Taiwan’s CSBC, the country’s largest shipbuilder, plans to pass the part of price increase on due to the soaring prices of steel plates. The chairman of CSBC made it clear on that matter lately through the foreign press and it is reported that...
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