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Canal to cross Nicaragua

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A contract has been awarded to a Chinese company to build a canal across Nicaragua to link the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.



Nicaragua’s National Assembly named HK Nicaragua Canal Development Investment for the project according to news sources.


The waterway would be an alternative to the Panama Canal.

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