This cosmopolitan capital has much more to discover than its famous canal.
The Panama Papers are less about rich vs. poor, haves vs. have-nots, and more about all-in-this-together vs. every-man-for-himself.
Panamax. It’s not in the dictionary, but if you know big boats and economics, you probably know it’s the term used to describe the maximum size of ship that can squeeze through the Panama Canal. For almost 100 years, Panama has been famous for that canal and its cross-country joining of the coasts, and the nation’s location is also a meeting of the Americas, north and south.