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The Asociacion para el Desarrollo Integral (Association for Integral Development) has 5 months to deliver the environmental impact study and design for the Port of Aguadulce Feasability Study to be developed in Panama, reports Prensa.com (Jan. 9, 2012). The study will determine whether or not it is feasibile to build a new embarkation port and multimodal distribution center in the district of Aguadulce.Fernando Nunez Fabrega, governor of the province of Cocle, said "The results might indicate that that a bulk loading port, which was what existed before, might not as interesting as a container port. These and other factors need to be analyzed after that the terms of reference for an international tender will be defined. " Azel Torres, secretary of the board of the Association for Integral Development, added that the study involves several stages, a diagnostic phase, a market study and an economic study of the project.
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Title Annotation:PANAMA
Publication:Caribbean Update
Date:Feb 1, 2012
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