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China’s Naval Buildup Threatens Its Own Port Ambitions

By David Fickling (Bloomberg Gadfly) — A strange thing is happening in China’s state-owned marine transport industry. The government shook up its kaleidoscope of shipping companies last year to create four discrete businesses focused on container shipping, commodities transport, terminal services, and leasing. At a time when the global container industry is in crisis, you […] The post China’s Naval Buildup Threatens Its Own Port Ambitions appeared first on gCaptain.
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