Panama's logistics sector hit by Canal delays
Delays in the Panama Canal expansion project have hit the country's logistics sector.
The delays, caused by a dispute with the contractor responsible for the project, GUPC, and workers' strikes, has caused the logistics sector to lose some $700 million, according to authorities.
Panama currently has several projects aimed at improving its logistics sector, such as building new ports on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and industrial parks.
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