The naming ceremony of bulk carrier Silver Lake (R) built for Pacific Basin by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd is held in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO inves

The naming ceremony of bulk carrier Silver Lake (R) built for Pacific Basin by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd is held in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO inves Stock Photo
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29 January 2008

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The naming ceremony of bulk carrier Silver Lake (R) built for Pacific Basin by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd is held in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO investors, General Manager David Huang told Reuters on Tuesday. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Alison Leung (CHINA)

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