Pockets Of Endeavour In Southern Asia

High-end production: the 113m KDDI Cable Infinity, built in Colombo for Japan.

Source: Colombo Dockyard (CDL)

Against the backcloth of a raft of bankruptcies and closures within the private sector in recent years, and the continuing monopoly of government contracts by publicly-owned yards, elements of India’s shipbuilding industry indicate its capabilities and potential.

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