--FILE--Workers watch the launch of a bulk cargo ship at the shipyard of DDHI (Daedong Heavy Industry) in Qidong city, east Chinas Jiangsu province, 5

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--FILE--Workers watch the launch of a bulk cargo ship at the shipyard of DDHI (Daedong Heavy Industry) in Qidong city, east Chinas Jiangsu province, 5 Stock Photo
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--FILE--Workers watch the launch of a bulk cargo ship at the shipyard of DDHI (Daedong Heavy Industry) in Qidong city, east Chinas Jiangsu province, 5
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--FILE--Workers watch the launch of a bulk cargo ship at the shipyard of DDHI (Daedong Heavy Industry) in Qidong city, east Chinas Jiangsu province, 5 March 2011. China, if measured by the number of ships it produces and the number of orders it receives for such vessels, is the foremost shipbuilder in the world. In 2010, China built ships with a total deadweight capacity of 65.6 million tons, accounting for 43 per cent of the deadweight capacity of ships built in the world, said Li Dong, vice-director of equipment industry department of the Ministry of the Industry and Information Technology.