Institutional Investing in Infrastructure

November 1, 2017: Vol. 10, Number 10

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Moving goods: Airports and seaports are gateways to economies, but some are more open than others

With the completion of the nine-year-long, $5.4 billion Panama Canal expansion, ports along the East Coast of the United States have seen a major jump in activity. The canal’s new ability to handle today’s mega tankers resulted in a 23 percent increase in tonnage passing through the locks. In turn, this increased activity brought tens of millions of additional dollars in tolls and fees to ports all along the East Coast, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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