Challenges Ahead for Canal

Challenges Ahead for Canal


Nothing is more emblematic of Panama than its US-built canal, still going strong 87 years after its opening. Now, under Panamanian control, the security and efficiency of its operation will remain one of the yardsticks by which the country will always be judged. Skepticism has dissipated that the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) could ensure a seamless transition from US control and avoid government interference in canal affairs. Alberto Alemán, the ACP's administrator, says the last two years have shown that canal users have no reason to fear. "I think we have proved to the world that we were ready to manage the canal in an efficient way. And it is not me saying it - it is the users

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