Marshalls registry takes number two spot globally, deals with N. Korea

BY GIFF JOHNSON

Marshall Islands Correspondent

MAJURO, Marshall Islands — The Marshall Islands ship registry took over the number two spot in the world in March, reported the Lloyd’s List Intelligence ship report.

The Marshall Islands vaulted rival Liberia to become the world's second-largest ship registery by deadweight tonnage that is flying the Marshall Islands flag. According to Lloyd's List Intelligence data based on vessels, total tonnage now flying the Marshall Islands flag is 231.8 million dead weight tons, surpassing Liberia. Only Panama registers more ship tonnage.

The Marshall Islands registry has been the . . .

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