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A Comprehensive Survey of China's Dynamic Shipbuilding Industry: Commercial Development and Strategic Implications (China Maritime Study, Number 1)

  title={A Comprehensive Survey of China's Dynamic Shipbuilding Industry: Commercial Development and Strategic Implications (China Maritime Study, Number 1)},
  author={Garbiel Collins and Michael C. Grubb},
Abstract : China's dynamic shipbuilding sector now has the attention of key decision makers in Washington. During testimony before the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives on 13 December 2007, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Admiral Gary Roughead observed, The fact that our shipbuilding capacity and industry is not as competitive as other builders around the world is cause for concern. Pointing directly to Beijing's new prowess in this area, he concluded, [China is] very… 

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