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(YUGOSLAVIA'S) EXPORTS OF SHIPS
(YUGOSLAVIA'S) EXPORTS OF SHIPS

Author(s): Author Not Specified
Subject(s): Economic history, Political history, Economic policy, International relations/trade
Published by: Jugoslovenski Pregled
Keywords: Yugoslavia; Maritime shipping; export activity; shipbuilding industry;

Summary/Abstract: The importance of maritime shipping has increased so much since the Second World War, that the natural result has been an intensive development in shipbuilding all over the world. In the last ten years preceding the war, the volume of maritime transport grew at an average annual rate of 1 per cent, as compared with 6 per cent in the post-war period (up to 1961). According to Lloyd’s Register, in 1931 the total tonnage of the world merchant fleet amounted to 68,722,000 GRT (index figure 100) as against 135,916,000 GRT in 1961 (index figure 198).

  • Issue Year: IV/1963
  • Issue No: 15
  • Page Range: 2187-2190
  • Page Count: 4
  • Language: English