Taiwanese yard pins its hopes on Chinese link
As politicians try to smooth trade negotiations between Taiwan and China, the island’s CSBC is looking to the mainland to boost its ailing orderbook, reports HUI CHING-HOO
TAIWAN’s President Ma Ying-jeou is staking his political survival on closer economic ties between the island and mainland China.
Taiwan’s shipbuilding industry is pinning its hopes on China, too.
The island’s largest shipbuilder CSBC is hoping its pursuit of the...
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