Panama is the narrowest point of the Central American isthmus between North and South America.  Due to its key geographic location, Panama’s economy is service-based, toward banking, commerce and tourism.  The Panama Canal sees 4% of the world’s trade pass through.  However, the wealth is held in only the hands of a few while 40% live in poverty, and a porous border with Colombia means that drug cartels hold much influence. With help from the US, Panama seceded from Colombia in 1903 and helped to build a canal between 1904 and 1914.  In 1977, the […]

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