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East Coast ports can learn a lot from Los Angeles about handling giant ships.
Panama has just opened a new, wider canal, but less cause for celebration is its reputation as a go-to spot for hiding money.
With over a quarter of its citizens in poverty, Panama has one of the worst income distributions in Latin America.
The flow of data across borders contributes more to global GDP than trade in physical goods.
If trade growth stalls, what does that mean for the American worker?
The shipping industry is seeing prices collapse as slowing global trade growth drags down demand.
Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar is facing declines on par with those it faced during the Great Recession.
A new, wider channel will allow bigger ships to pass through. But how many will come?