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World's Biggest Shipbuilders

      1/7/2002

Korea emerged as the largest shipbuilder among the 30 members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) last year, edging out Japan for the first time in history. The National Statistical Office (NSO) said that the country constructed a total of 12.21 million gross tonnage (G/T) of ships in 2000, followed by Japan with 12 million G/T and Germany with 975,000 G/T (one G/T is equivalent to 2.83 cubic meters).

Poland was ranked fifth with 626,000 G/T, followed by Italy with 537,000 G/T, Spain with 460,000 G/T, Denmark with 373,000 G/T and the Netherlands with 296,000 G/T. The NSO cited the 2001 World Shipbuilding Statistics published by Lloyd's Register.


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