K.C. Conway, chief economist for USA Colliers International, says the expansion of the Panama Canal is really important for expanding East Coast shipping ports volumes. He also talks about railroads having the advantage over river shipping, especially the Mississippi River, for agricultural products.
Panama Canal and railroads change shipping
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