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Shipbuilding market developments, first semester 2022: Monitoring developments in ship supply, demand, prices and costs

Laurent Daniel, Takuya Adachi and Sunhye Lee

No 132, OECD Science, Technology and Industry Policy Papers from OECD Publishing

Abstract: The latest OECD analysis of demand and supply in the shipbuilding industry finds significant excess capacity in the sector. Reducing this excess capacity will depend on the willingness and ability of yards to reduce existing capacity and to refrain from new capital investments. The report also presents a literature review of factors that influence newbuilding ship prices, developments affecting ship prices, and a description of newbuilding prices of major ship types and ship size categories. This report is part of a regular monitoring exercise from the OECD Council Working Party on shipbuilding (WP6) of the global shipbuilding market.

Keywords: Cost; Demand; Price; Shipbuilding; Supply (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022-07-07
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