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Panama Canal Expansion

For Supersizing a Century-Old Waterway to Meet Modern Shipping Demands (Most Influential Projects: #27)

Carving out one of the world's most important shipping shortcuts helped Panama earn its independence in 1903. Rebuilding it a century later helped the Central American nation restore its pride—and ensure the global trade waterway will bolster the country's economy for decades to come.
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