North and South America

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A Shift in Global Trade

THE PANAMA CANAL EXPANSION WILL HAVE AN IMPACT ON MARITIME TRADE

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A 100 Years of History

A SHIP MAKES THE FIRST OFFICIAL CROSSING OF THE PANAMA CANAL ON AUGUST 15, 1914 EVEN THOUGH THE CEREMONY IS ONLY HELD IN 1920

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Genesis of a Public Work

SEVEN YEARS OF WORK FOR WHAT HAS BECOME ONE OF THE MOST COMPLEX ENGINEERING WORKS IN THE WORLD

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The Peruvian Miracle

The country has been growing for 80 consecutive months, leading emerging markets on the continent

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The People Behind the Canal

SOME 30,000 PEOPLE WORKED ON THE PROJECT, 90% OF THEM PANAMANIAN

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Rio 2016: Construction Site Brazil

Infrastructure is at the heart of a budget that has reached $10.7 billion

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The New Panama Canal

It took seven years of work and the weight of more than a century of history to arrive at the completion of a colossal work

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Not Just Public Works

On June 26, on the occasion of the first official passage of a ship, the new Panama Canal attracted thousands of tourists and onlookers

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How construction on San Francisco’s T line respected the community

The Central Subway Project gets the city's residents involved