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    It is hard enough being involved ... offshore marine group, Otto Marine

    Hello.

    It is hard enough being involved in the shiprepair business at the moment, but the danger of an already difficult situation being worsened by a breakdown in the relationship between shipyard and client, based largely on trust, has recently been highlighted by a case involving Singapore-based offshore marine group, Otto Marine.

    I would like you to tell if I understand the sentence correctly.

    My opinion: Being (in itself) involved in the shiprepair business is sufficiently hard at the moment, but a case involving Singapore-based offshore marine group, Otto Marine has recently emphasised/put emphasis on the danger that an already difficult situation might/may worsen because of a breakdown in the relationship between shipyard and client, based largely on trust.

    What do you think of my attempt?

    Thank you.

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    Re: It is hard enough being involved ... offshore marine group, Otto Marine

    Yes, that's basically what it means.
    But please, Jacek1, don't mess with the font size in future posts. Just use the default settings. Reading your posts can be really taxing on the eyes.

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