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shipbuilding

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshipbuildingship‧build‧ing /ˈʃɪpˌbɪldɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 the industry of making ships 🔊 a shipbuilding yard
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shipbuildingThey are themselves prominent actors in the rationalization of a number of industries in crisis, notably steel and shipbuilding.Steel and shipbuilding have been replaced by low energy industries - electronics, microprocessors, information technology and various service industries.Daewoo, which had interests in automaking, shipbuilding, textiles, electronics and other goods, is on the block.Other writers have concluded differently, especially with reference to engineering, building, shipbuilding, and printing.With their long history of shipbuilding Brooke Marine certainly knew how to organise these occasions.He pioneered mild-steel shipbuilding in 1878, constructing the first ocean-going steel ship Rotomahana.Most of the shipbuilding companies are small.
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