S.Korea STX Sees Orders Resuming in 2nd Half

Friday, February 27, 2009

According to a Feb. 26 report from Reuters, South Korea's STX Group, which runs the world's No. 4 shipbuilder and No. 5 dry bulk carrier, said new ship orders could resume in the second half when financing difficulties ease. Its shipmaking arm, STX Shipbuilding, is aiming to boost new orders for offshore vessels and plants by 80 percent this year to $1.8b, Vice Chairman Lee Jong-chul told reporters.

(Source: Reuters)

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