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A comprehensive survey of China"s dynamic shipbuilding industry commercial development and strategic imlplications by Gabriel B. Collins

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Published by China Maritime Studies Institute, U.S. Naval War College in Newport, R.I .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Shipbuilding industry -- China

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementGabriel Collins and Michael C. Grubb.
SeriesChina maritime studies -- no. 1
ContributionsGrubb, Michael C., Naval War College (U.S.). China Maritime Studies Institute.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsVM299.7.C6 C65 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 56 p. :
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23917625M
ISBN 101884733549
ISBN 109781884733543
LC Control Number2008412779

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  China's dynamic shipbuilding sector now has the attention of key decision makers in Washington. During testimony before the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives on 13 December , Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Admiral Gary Roughead observed, The fact that our shipbuilding capacity and industry is not as competitive as other builders around the world is . Get this from a library! A comprehensive survey of China's dynamic shipbuilding industry: commercial development and strategic implications. [Gabriel B Collins; Michael C Grubb; Naval War College (U.S.). China Maritime Studies Institute.]. Gabriel B. Collins and Lieutenant Commander Michael C. Grubb, U.S. Navy, A Comprehensive Survey of China’s Dynamic Shipbuilding Industry: Commercial Development and Strategic Implications, Naval War College China Maritime Study 1 (August ). China’s dynamic shipbuilding sector now has the attention of key decision makers in Washington. A Comprehensive Survey of China's Dynamic Shipbuilding Industry Gabriel Collins and Michael C. Grubb China's dynamic shipbuilding sector now has the attention of .

Shipbuilding is a modern and comprehensive industry of strategic importance that provides technical equipment to industries such as water traffic, ocean development and national defense. China’s shipbuilding industry has been developing rapidly with the government’s policy support and cost advantages since the beginning of the 21st century. Collins and Grubb, A Comprehensive Survey of China's Dynamic Shipbuilding Industry, p. 1. Collins and Grubb, A Comprehensive Survey of China's Dynamic Shipbuilding Industry, p. 5. Collins and Grubb, A Comprehensive Survey of China's Dynamic Shipbuilding Industry, p. 9. Research Report on China Shipbuilding Industry, Description In , international ship market was on a downtrend. Global trading volume of new ships declined by 67% YOY, and holding orders of global ship enterprises declined by 25% over China’s shipbuilding industry three big indexes by DWT has remained still higher level rate in the world market. Analysis of China’s shipbuilding industry life cycle, recognize the shipbuilding industry life cycle stage is very important while China’s shipbuilding industry have made the remarkable achievements. In view of China’s.

Chinese shipbuilding companies are the base of the country's leading role in the sector, according to the China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry. Shipbuilding | 28/01/19 Mainly, China received the % of worldwide orders in and also held the % of the already existent orders, as stated by Xinhua.   After World War II, Japan used shipbuilding in the s and s to rebuild its industrial structure; Again South Korea started to make shipbuilding a strategic industry in the s, and China is now in the process of repeating these models with large state-supported investments in this industry . The China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) was one of the two largest shipbuilding conglomerates in China, the other was the China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC).It was formed by the Government of the People's Republic of China on 1 July from companies spun off from CSSC, and is % owned by State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission .   According to statistics from the China Shipbuilding Industry Association, China's shipbuilding output was million deadweight tons (DWT) in , rising 47% from