The Panama Canal expansion has turned into a protracted process with several delays. Disagreement between the administrators ACP, Autoruidad del Canal de Panamá, and the Spanish-led building consortium GUPC is just one of the reasons. Walkouts are another reason.
As such, the canal's management - headed by administrator Jorge Quijano - has been forced several times to postpone the date for when the new water lock, which can hold bigger ships, will be opened and ready for use.
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