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Fight against planned Nicaragua Canal goes to inter-American body

A rural movement in Nicaragua that opposes the government's plan to build a cross-country canal to rival Panama's on Wednesday said it has taken its fight to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. The matter would be lodged in...Show More Summary

Monjasa on Panama Canal Bunker Market

The Panama Canal expansion not only brings new routing and transit opportunities to the global shipping community. Marking one year of the official inauguration of the new locks of the Panama Canal, Monjasa reports of increasing supply volumes.

Monjasa Reports Panama Canal Supply Growth

Physical bunker supplier Monjasa has been active in the Panama Canal since 2011 and established a physical presence for operations and bunker trading in Panama City in 2015. Now one year after the official inauguration of the new locks of the expanded Panama Canal

Panama Canal Does Some Good While Upending Historic Trade Routes

By Jessica Shankleman (Bloomberg) — Fresh from a $5.25 billion, nine-year expansion that’s upending decades-old trade routes, it turns out the Panama Canal is also doing a little good for the planet. By offering a short-cut to deliver...Show More Summary

Expanded Panama Canal Celebrates First Anniversary

The Panama Canal commemorated the one-year anniversary of the inauguration of its Expanded Canal, one of the most significant milestones in the history of the 102-year old waterway and a defining moment for the people of Panama and the global maritime industry.

Twitter Is Having Tons Of Fun With Trump’s Odd Statement About Panama Canal

"The Panama Canal is doing quite well,” Trump said to Panama’s president. “I think we did a good job building it, right?"

Expanded Panama Canal Marks One Year Since Opening

The Panama Canal is marking the one-year anniversary of the inauguration of the new Expanded Canal, describing the milestone as one of the most significant events in the waterway’s 102-year history and a defining moment for the people of Panama and the global maritime industry. Show More Summary

Newly Declassified Documents Show Nazis Plotted To Destroy Panama Canal

Investigators in Chile have released thousands of declassified documents dating back to the Second World War, revealing the extent to which Nazi spies had infiltrated the country. Among the more shocking revelations is the discovery of a Nazi plot to destroy the Panama Canal -- an act that would have changed "the history of the whole world." More »      

Donald Trump boasts about construction of Panama Canal before being reminded it was built 100 years ago

In a similar vein, the President has now used a bilateral meeting with Panama's President on Monday to boast about building the Panama Canal. Sat side by side while cameras flared, the mogul-turned-politico claimed he and Mr Varela had many important issues to discuss, but nevertheless found time to declare: “The Panama Canal is doing quite well. Show More Summary

In The World Of The Trump Administration Blatant Lies, We Are All Jake Tapper

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The last few days of the Trump administration have been perhaps the most confusing of his presidency. There was the confusion about when exactly the Panama Canal was built, confusion about why Jared Kushner sounds the way he does, the...

Melania Welcomes Panama’s President And Dazzles In Periwinkle Blue Dress — Did Trump Make Canal Gaffe? [Video]

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania welcomed Panama’s President and First Lady to the White House and dazzled in a periwinkle blue, Michael Kors dress. President Juan Carlos Varela and First Lady Lorena Castillo García de Varela visited with the Trumps in the Oval Office and posed together for media photos. Show More Summary

From Lawyer Meltdowns to the Panama Canal, Seth Meyers Recaps Trump’s Weekend Madness

Once again, the Trump administration spent the weekend doing a sort of Gish Gallop of absurdity and incompetence, making so much ridiculous news that Monday’s late night shows have no chance of covering all of it. But this weekend Trump...Show More Summary

Hot Wheels, Atari, Matt Bomer, Panama Canal, Jared Kushner, Serbia, Outgames: HOT LINKS

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PANAMA. Trump tells Panamanian president Juan Carlos Varela: “The Panama Canal is doing quite well, I think we did a good job building it — a very good job.” GERRYMANDERING. SCOTUS agrees to hear landmark case: “This new case could… Read The post Hot Wheels, Atari, Matt Bomer, Panama Canal, Jared Kushner, Serbia, Outgames: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.

Twitter Is Having Tons Of Fun With Trump’s Odd Statement About Panama Canal

Begin scene: [POTUS welcomes Panamanian president] Trump: “The Panama Canal is doing quite well. I think we did a good job building it…” pic.twitter.com/p4CuIOtlBV — Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) June 19, 2017 What in the covfefe? On Monday, President Donald Trump met with the president of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, at the White House. Show More Summary

Trump welcomes president of Panama to White House

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump welcomed the president of Panama to the White House on Monday, pointing to the United States' role in the construction of the Panama Canal at the start of his first face-to-face meeting with the...Show More Summary

These Responses to Tweet About Trump’s Panama Canal Comment Will Make You Cringe

The best kind of smarmy liberal is the kind who gets their facts wrong while being smarmy. The post These Responses to Tweet About Trump’s Panama Canal Comment Will Make You Cringe appeared first on RedState.

The one thing President Trump knows about Panama is there’s a canal in it

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"The Panama Canal is doing quite well. I think we did a good job building it.”

Southern U.S. Ports Break Records One Year After Panama Canal Expansion

By Rebecca Spalding (Bloomberg) — Southern ports are experiencing a record foreign trade boom thanks in part to an expanded Panama Canal that permits Asian cargo ships to reach them more easily. Georgia Ports Authority and the Port of...Show More Summary

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