Panama Canal launch pushed to second half of 2016

The launch of the new and expanded Panama Canal has been postponed numerous times. Now the commercial inauguration of the canal is scheduled for the second half of 2016, reports the Journal of Commerce.

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The opening for ship traffic in the new and expanded Panama Canal, which has already been pushed back several times, is now not expected to take place until the second half of 2016, informed Francisco J. Miguez, deputy president of finance and administration at the Panama Canal Authority, at a conference in Atlanta, according to the Journal of Commerce.

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