The threat of large‐scale redundancy in Britain's shipyards this summer has been averted by a spate of multi‐million pound orders. But this unexpected boost provides the industry with little more than breathing space, reports Roger Eglin. Further modernization of yards is urgently needed to combat such established rivals as Japan and a new potential front‐runner—Spain.
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