The ocean economy, which covers the industries related to the ocean, such as shipbuilding and offshore wind, will experience major growth in coming years as well as a boom in employment compared to other industries, OECD predicts in a new report.
BY TOMAS KRISTIANSEN Published 17.06.16 at 11:06
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