Robert Wright

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Transportation correspondent for the Financial Times

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The Panama Canal can handle ships carrying 4,000 containers, but
super-sized cargo vessels carry three times that many and more.
Yesterday, the voters of Panama agreed to expand the…

Panama Votes to Expand Canal

The Panama Canal can handle ships carrying 4,000 containers, but super-sized cargo vessels carry three times that many and more. Yesterday, the voters of Panama agreed to expand the…

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The Panama Canal can handle ships carrying 4,000 containers, but super-sized cargo vessels carry three times that many and more.

Panama Votes to Expand Canal

The Panama Canal can handle ships carrying 4,000 containers, but super-sized cargo vessels carry three times that many and more.

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