Saturday, 26 September 2020

New Panama Canal Bridge Ready To Begin

Work on the Fourth Bridge over the Panama Canal is set to begin at the end of March according to the Chinese construction consortium and the Ministry of Public Works.

The consortium and the ministry reported that the alignment of the project and an understanding of the methodology that will be used to estimate costs have been disseminated, Newsroom Panama reports.

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