Title

An article questioning why Bath Iron Works can't competitively build civilian sh

Authors

Colin Sargent

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

11-2005

Pages

60-67

Abstract

An article questioning why Bath Iron Works can't competitively build civilian ships, most of which are now built abroad. Despite Italy's dominance in the cruise ship market, France successfully started building cruise ships in a mouldering shipyard. Charles Colgan, former Maine state economist, offers insight into the issue, framed by The author frames the issue in the context of peace activists protesting the building of military vessels.

Subjects

Bath Iron Works

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