For the "equipment industry" facing the ocean, the shipbuilding industry plays a decisive role in the implementation of the national development strategy. According to the data, since 2010, China has not only become a shipping power, a large ocean country, but also the world's largest shipbuilding country. The "12th Five-Year Plan for the Development of the Shipbuilding Industry" has put forward the goal of "the world's shipbuilding power". However, in the context of the continued sluggish global shipping market, China's shipbuilding industry is entering the “new normal” of structural transformation and supply and demand adjustment, which is difficult and has a long way to go. This will undoubtedly bring greater challenges to the financial industry's support for the adjustment and upgrading of the shipbuilding industry. Under the challenge, there are those who insist on it, and those who are "respecting the distance" also have it.
However, challenges often coexist with opportunities. Driven by a series of national policies to accelerate the structural adjustment of the shipbuilding industry and promote transformation and upgrading, with the accelerated implementation of the “One Belt, One Road” strategy, the shipbuilding industry is welcoming new historical opportunities. The shipbuilding industry, which faces new opportunities and is eager to seize new opportunities, is actively seeking financial support and support. In this context, how to continue to increase policy finance to support the transformation and upgrading of the shipbuilding industry, while allowing more financial institutions to participate, thus forming a greater synergy in supporting enterprises to "go global" has become an urgent A topic of great significance.