Death of giant tanker brings jobs and risks
By David Brunnstrom
GADDANI, Pakistan - Like a gigantic steel whale 10 storeys high and longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall, the second-biggest ship built awaits destruction on what could be a beautiful Arabian Sea beach.
The new Pakistani owners of the 555,000-tonne ultra-large crude carrier Sea Giant are elated, and say their biggest shipbreaking project, snatched from under the noses of Chinese rivals, will revitalise their industry and create hundreds of jobs
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