The profits of Britain's shipping giants are as different as their interests. The story of luxury liners is still a sad one, but containers, bulk carriers and particularly supertankers are proving to be the soundest floating investment possible. Progressive companies who had put much money into development have been hit hard by the Barber measures of last year—and the Rising Sun of Japan does not shine warmly on them, threatening the strength of the country's ‘invisible’ exports.
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