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Panama is already a leader in infrastructure and logistics in the region based purely on its location and the Canal. Recently, there has been a big push to enhance this by developing a world class airport, by improving ports and logistics services, by dollarizing and liberalizing the economy and by developing a free trade zone. But much is still lacking, including roads, human resources, and institutional capability. This report seeks to find out how well Panama is advancing in its plans and whether the country will lose or gain importance in the years ahead.
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