China leads the main maritime nations of the world


The 2018 report on the “Main Maritime Nations of the World” classifies China as the most important maritime nation in the world, it is among the first four in all the maritime pillars in the ranking

China’s position is particularly strong in transport, ports and logistics.

The study by Menon Economics compares the 30 major maritime countries around the world in four key maritime pillars: navigation, finance and law, maritime technology and ports and logistics, in an attempt to understand the key factors behind national maritime success. DNV GL and Menon Economics presented the report at the SMM fair in Hamburg.

I know. UU They are in second place, with a high score in the four dimensions, followed by Japan. Germany, Norway and South Korea are sharing the 4th place, since these three countries have added a total score very close to each other.

As a center of maritime transport, China took first place due to the strength of its shipowners and local owners, but Greece is on its heels.

The domain of EE. UU In Finance and Maritime Law is the result of its bond market and the large number of IPOs, listed companies and private equity firms for the maritime sector.

A strong R & D index, a large marine supply industry and its advanced shipyards consider South Korea as the first of the nations in maritime technology.

With seven of the ten largest ports in the world and as the leading container exporter, China is the undisputed leader in ports and logistics.

China is a gold medalist in maritime transport with the highest score in terms of owners and managers of ships based in the country, and Greece is getting closer to stealing the leadership.

The United States obtained the highest score in finance and maritime law due to its strong position in the financing of ships, with the largest number of IPOs, a significant number of listed companies. In general, the nation also has an outstanding reputation for effective advocacy, equitable and cost-effective dispute resolution, legislation and credible creditor system protection.

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