Consultant: Marine propulsion spending to set new records

Spending on marine propulsion systems by the world's shipbuilding industry will reach $5.3 billion this year and continue to rise, according to a study covering 2004-08 by analysts at Douglas-Westwood, Canterbury, UK. The report, released in August, is based on vessel data from Lloyd's Register—Fairplay.

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