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Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

STATISTICAL ANNEX 199

STATISTICAL ANNEX 199 Annex IV. True nationality of the 20 largest fleets by flag of registration, as at 1 January 2011 NIS Panama Republic of Korea Country or territory Number of 1 000 % Number 1 000 % Number 1 000 % of ownership vessels dwt of vessels dwt of vessels dwt 0 0 - 2 20 0.0 0 0 - Belgium 23 1 770 9.8 28 4 346 1.4 0 0 - Bermuda 0 0 - 8 1 270 0.4 0 0 - Brazil 1 21 0.1 9 331 0.1 0 0 - Canada 0 0 - 548 23 978 7.9 8 103 0.5 China 0 0 - 129 6 351 2.1 0 0 - China. Hong Kong SAR 0 0 - 327 13 167 4.3 1 9 0.0 China, Taiwan Province of 1 4 0.0 9 1 009 0.3 0 0 - Cyprus 8 288 1.6 37 1 323 0.4 0 0 - Denmark 3 76 0.4 11 292 0.1 2 19 0.1 France 0 0 - 23 3 370 1.1 0 0 - Germany 0 0 - 389 15 947 5.2 1 29 0.2 Greece 0 0 - 21 919 0.3 0 0 - India 0 0 - 11 145 0.0 0 0 - Indonesia 0 0 - 6 32 0.0 0 0 - Iran (Islamic Republic of) 0 0 - 5 816 0.3 0 0 - Isle of Man 2 76 0.4 27 932 0.3 0 0 - Italy 0 0 - 2 304 136 889 45.1 13 474 2.4 Japan 0 0 - 12 658 0.2 0 0 - Kuwait 0 0 - 18 327 0.1 0 0 - Malaysia 1 5 0.0 22 166 0.1 0 0 - Netherlands 410 13 713 76.1 99 3 009 1.0 0 0 - Norway 0 0 - 1 77 0.0 0 0 - Qatar 0 0 - 359 26 292 8.7 736 18 135 93.0 Republic of Korea 0 0 - 52 249 0.1 0 0 - Russian Federation 3 112 0.6 7 153 0.1 0 0 - Saudi Arabia 0 0 - 103 3 422 1.1 0 0 - Singapore 0 0 - 42 225 0.1 0 0 - Spain 28 866 4.8 4 147 0.0 0 0 - Sweden 0 0 - 11 63 0.0 1 27 0.1 Thailand 0 0 - 64 710 0.2 0 0 - Turkey 0 0 - 100 2 581 0.8 0 0 - United Arab Emirates 1 68 0.4 40 675 0.2 0 0 - United Kingdom 11 840 4.7 159 5 178 1.7 8 135 0.7 United States 0 0 - 44 1 328 0.4 0 0 - Viet Nam 492 17 839 99.1 5 031 256 396 84.4 770 18 932 97.1 Total 35 6 55 0.3 285 6 761 2.2 0 0 - Other owners 11 116 0.6 1 246 40 622 13.4 84 560 2.9 Unknown owners a 509 18 010 100.0 6 562 303 778 100.0 854 19 492 100.0 TOTAL

200 Country or territory of ownership Number of vessels Singapore United Kingdom Total, top 20 registries 1 000 dwt % Number of vessels 1 000 dwt % Number of vessels Belgium 1 6 0.0 0 0 - 63 4 016 0.4 Bermuda 35 2 450 3.7 8 214 1.3 208 24 891 2.4 Brazil 2 330 0.5 0 0 - 40 8 763 0.8 Canada 0 0 - 0 0 - 198 16 020 1.5 China 21 1 194 1.8 11 505 3.0 3 157 104 607 10.0 China, Hong Kong SAR 35 1 474 2.2 10 95 0.6 667 37 092 3.5 China, Taiwan Province of 78 3 789 5.7 11 733 4.4 543 29 017 2.8 Cyprus 5 117 0.2 0 0 - 254 9 219 0.9 Denmark 127 8 962 13.4 44 2 279 13.5 811 31 606 3.0 France 13 397 0.6 36 2 349 13.9 120 5 664 0.5 Germany 30 1 107 1.7 60 1 516 9.0 3 440 110 430 10.5 Greece 18 336 0.5 6 49 0.3 3 025 195 818 18.6 India 24 1 339 2.0 0 0 - 522 18 207 1.7 Indonesia 53 1 131 1.7 0 0 - 87 2 010 0.2 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 0 0 - 0 0 - 71 11 027 1.0 Isle of Man 0 0 - 1 1 0.0 31 5 452 0.5 Italy 4 55 0.1 10 59 0.4 769 22 091 2.1 Japan 142 9 293 13.9 5 91 0.5 3 566 190 640 18.1 Republic of Korea 10 686 1.0 0 0 - 1 150 47 399 4.5 Kuwait 0 0 - 0 0 - 17 976 0.1 Malaysia 27 2 500 3.7 0 0 - 86 3 889 0.4 Netherlands 20 35 0.1 23 27 0.2 240 4 477 0.4 Norway 150 4 562 6.8 44 890 5.3 1 317 39 253 3.7 Qatar 0 0 - 0 0 - 35 3 737 0.4 Republic of Korea 10 686 1.0 0 0 - 1 150 47 399 4.5 Russian Federation 2 170 0.3 0 0 - 263 13 076 1.2 Saudi Arabia 0 0 - 1 2 0.0 50 10 270 1.0 Singapore 659 18 694 27.9 0 0 - 846 28 428 2.7 Spain 0 0 - 1 1 0.0 69 1 299 0.1 Sweden 10 200 0.3 28 576 3.4 110 2 943 0.3 Thailand 32 697 1.0 0 0 - 50 894 0.1 Turkey 0 0 - 0 0 - 373 10 226 1.0 United Arab Emirates 16 184 0.3 7 43 0.3 222 7 419 0.7 United Kingdom 62 483 0.7 234 2 096 12.4 571 13 692 1.3 United States 35 2 018 3.0 49 177 1.0 771 35 403 3.4 Viet Nam 1 28 0.0 0 0 - 45 1 356 0.1 Total 35 1 612 62 237 92.9 589 11 702 69.5 23 787 1 051 308 88.9 Other owners 44 751 1.1 14 136 0.8 1 017 30 936 2.6 Unknown owners 108 3 975 5.9 104 5 002 29.7 2 984 100 452 8.5 TOTAL 1 764 66 963 100.0 707 16 840 100.0 27 788 1 182 695 100.0 Source: Compiled by the UNCTAD secretariat on the basis of data provided by IHS Fairplay. a Cargo-carrying vessels of 1,000 GT and above. REVIEW OF MARITIME TRANSPORT 2011 Annex IV. True nationality of the 20 largest fleets by flag of registration, as at 1 January 2011 a 1 000 dwt %

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    110 A. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS IN TR

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