Accepting order share of Japanese shipbuilders are expected to become top in the world in 2009 since 2004. Ship owner reduced the order due to dropped marine transportation amount. Major shipbuilding countries decreased accepting order. China and South Korea decreased accepting order by over 90% from a year earlier. Japan decreased by 70% from a year earlier.Accepting order amount of world shipbuilding decreased to 314 ships and 5.686 million gross tonnes by 90.1% for January-June from the same period of last year, according to Lloyd’s statistics. Accepting order decreased to 114 ships and 3.263 million gross tonnes by 71.8% in Japan, 20 ships and 949,000 gross tonnes by 96.0%, 65 ships and 68000 gross tonnes by 96.1% in China and 31 ships and 142,000 gross tonnes in Europe. The share was 57.3% in Japan for January-June, 16.7% in South Korea, 12.0% in China and 2.5% in Europe. World completions increased to 1707 ships and 40.026 gross tonnes by 18.5% for January-June from the same period of last year. The completions increased to 286 ships and 10.051 million gross tonnes by 4.0% in Japan, 289 ships and 15.957 million gross tonnes by 21.7% in South Korea, 489 ships and 9.927 million gross tonnes by 54.3% in China and 188 ships while decreased to 2.285 million gross tonnes by 20.7% in Europe. The completions share was 25.1% in Japan, 39.9% in South Korea, 24.8% in China and 5.7% in Europe.
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