East Coast ports can learn a lot from Los Angeles about handling giant ships.
With over a quarter of its citizens in poverty, Panama has one of the worst income distributions in Latin America.
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.
A new, wider channel will allow bigger ships to pass through. But how many will come?
Nicaragua's been talking about building a canal for 200 years. Considerable skepticism has greeted the project.
East Coast ports are upgrading their infrastructure to accommodate increased freight expected after the 2015 expansion of the Panama Canal. West Coast ports have to ship up in order to compete.
The government of Nicaragua is paying two Dutch companies about $750,000 to study the feasability of building a canal -- a canal that would rival the Panama Canal and create another link from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea.
The Panama Canal is getting a makeover, and it could be a gamechanger for Atlantic coast ports -- that is, if those ports are ready in time.