Countries in Central America, the Dominican Republic and Belize must “dramatically” improve their intermodal road and port network infrastructure, as well as the quality of their trucking services, and strengthen their institutional coordination, in order to cope with the larger vessels that will transit through the Panama Canal when its expansion is complete in 2015, according to two studies issued by the Inter-American Development Bank.
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Studies: Canal Expansion Will Strain Regional Infrastructure
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