Financial Groups Meet to Discuss Financing for Panama Expansion

Friday, December 14, 2007
After presenting the Expansion Program at key financial centers around the world, the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) hosted a two-day workshop on the waterway's expansion financing in Panama this week. Amid a packed room at the ACP training center, some of the best known global multilateral development banks attended a workshop, held December 11-12, to gain more insight on the project and the ACP's desire to finance a portion of expansion.

ACP Administrator/CEO Alberto Alemán Zubieta opened the forum with welcome remarks, and senior ACP officials answered questions and conducted presentations outlining various aspects of the expansion. Discussion topics included: market and economic trends, risk management, dredging requirements, workforce development and availability, and the environment. Representatives from the Inter-American Development Bank, the European Investment Bank, the Japan Bank for International Cooperation and International Finance Corporation attended the two-day event.

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