The Panama Canal in a time of transition
The Panama Canal thrives on its unique geographical position,
providing as it does a shortcut between the Pacific and the Atlantic
Oceans in the Centre of the Americas. Approximately 13,500 ships
transit the Canal every year. In addition, a number of ships call
at either end of the Canal without transiting.
Canal transit can be congested and slow. Usually
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