Industrie et mondialisation

Construction navale

 

shipbuilding landing

Le Groupe de Travail du Conseil de l’OCDE sur la Construction Navale (GT6) est une plateforme d’échange d’informations et d’analyses économiques et de politiques publiques sur plusieurs aspects du secteur maritime. Dans le cadre de son mandat, the GT6 vise à établir des conditions normales de concurrence dans le secteur de la construction navale notamment en encourageant la transparence et en consultant les économies non membres de l’OCDE et le secteur privé.

Le travail du GT6 couvre des domaines tels que:
• L’analyse des subventions et autres mesures soutenant la construction navale via un inventaire dans lequel des économies non-membres de l’OCDE participent également.
• L’analyse de la nature et de l’effet des facteurs créant potentiellement une distorsion sur le marché de la construction navale.
• Des revues par les pairs des industries navales nationales et des politique publiques associées.
• L’analyse de l’offre et de la demande et de l’amplitude des surcapacités et de l’excès de production dans la construction navale mondiale.
• Des études sur les politiques encourageant la production et les opérations de bateaux plus verts.

 

EVENTS

2017 - Workshop: Green Growth of Maritime Industries
2016 - Workshop: Maritime Clusters and Global Challenges - WP6 50th Anniversary
2015 - Workshop: Supply and Demand in the Shipbuilding Industry
2014 - Workshop: Shipbuilding and the Offshore Industry
2013 - Workshop: Global Value Chains in Shipbuilding
2012 - Workshop: The Future of Shipbuilding
2012 - Special Session on Market Distorting Factors
2011 - Workshop: Green Growth in Shipbuilding
2009 - Market Distorting Factors in the Shipbuilding Industry
2009 - Discussion: Impact of the Economic Downturn on the Shipbuilding Industry
2008 - The Changing Structure of the World Shipbuilding Industry
2006 - The Global Shipbuilding Industry: A Stock-take

Peer reviews and profiles

DATA AND RESOURCES

EXCESS SUPPLY AND EXCESS CAPACITY

The shipbuilding industry was severely affected by the 2008 global financial crisis, and recent years have seen very low levels of new orders received by virtually all shipyards. The global industry now faces a number of challenges, most notably global excess supply and excess capacity, which will place the economic viability of the industry under pressure in some parts of the world.

Persistent worldwide overcapacity may encourage governments to provide support through subsidies and other measures, as well as spur other market distorting practices, which can create major structural problems even in the most efficient shipbuilding industries. But potential market distortions can be addressed through close co-operation among economies, with significant shipbuilding sectors and the active involvement of industry.

INVENTORY OF GOVERNMENT SUPPORT MEASURES

The Inventory of Government Subsidies and Other Support Measures is a regular exercise for the WP6. The main aim of this exercise is to provide transparency and continuity of data on support measures for the shipbuilding industry. As well as WP6 participants, the Inventory provides some information on the support measures in Partner economies.

 

CONTACT

For further information please contact the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation at sti.contact@oecd.org.

 

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