SEOUL/TOKYO -- South Korea's two largest shipbuilders are pushing ahead with plans for a merger even as trade tensions with Japan raise concerns that politics could throw a wrench in the 1.8 trillion won ($1.5 billion) deal.
The proposed merger is also raising concern among Japanese shipbuilders of "mega shipyards" creating greater competitive pressure in an industry already facing headwinds.
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