China Shipyards Hurt by Low Down Payments Amid Credit CrunchJasmine Wang and Kyunghee Park
During the 2007 shipping boom, China’s shipyards charged down payments of as much as 60 percent of a vessel’s value. Now, shipbuilders are cutting those payments to as little as 2 percent, giving an advantage to state-owned companies that can tap the government’s cash.
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