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Kawasaki May Quit Shipbuilding

Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries said it would consider a drastic revision of its shipbuilding  and has even indicated that it may pull out of its shipbuilding business due to its worsening profitability, reports Reuters. Kawasaki Shipbuilding…
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