Veteran Japan shipbuilder tries its luck with Chinese cruise ships

With Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ de facto withdrawal from building cruise ships, the Japanese have all but ceded this business to European names such as Italy’s Fincantieri and Germany’s Meyer Werft. In bulkers and other commercial vessels, meanwhile …
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