While it took decades for the European liner shipping companies to achieve the Top 3 positions in the global container elite, the Chinese project to transform a series of medium-sized shipping companies into the world's third-largest box carrier has really only taken a few years.
As usual, many would probably say, when taking an overall view of China's political-economic ambitions for entering a new market or a sector where the country is not merely looking to be just one of many players.
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