KG Shipping & Finance 2006

Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) July 10, 2007 -- Bharat Book Bureau, a leading market information distributor has tabled a report - KG Shipping & Finance 2006 (

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The German KG system today continues to be a key source of ship finance. Around 30% of investment in German closed end funds is estimated to be in shipping, generally in the form of KG financing. In 2005, an estimated euro 3.0 billion of equity was invested in shipping KG funds, contributing to a total KG investment volume in ships of euro 7.8 billion. Against this background, Clarkson Research is pleased to present its third annual report on this subject in the form of KG Shipping & Finance 2006.

In KG Shipping & Finance 2006, detailed coverage across a wide range of aspects of KG shipping and finance today is provided.

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