More than half largest and busiest cargo ports of the world are own by China, However, remaining are in Singapore, Netherlands and South Korea.
Shipping ports are the vital part of world’s oldest means of cargo shipping and are the final destinations for the ships to deliver cargo. World order has changed very swiftly and cargo urgency has been shifted from Europe and U.S to China and Asia Pacific region. Asian Pacific countries including China, Singapore, South Korea and Japan are ruling the world of sea cargo. They own world’s largest and busiest ports where the majority of largest ports is in Chinese region and only one port which ranks as one of the largest ports is in Europe.
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