- STAYING AFLOAT? PERSPECTIVES ON THE GLOBAL SHIPPING CRISIS
After years of robust expansion, growth in global trade has significantly slowed down and in 2016 is set to lag the growth of the world economy for the first time in 15 years. Several factors contribute to this dynamic, including slower growth in developing countries, the uneven recovery in the United States, and the end of the commodities boom. As a consequence, the international maritime shipping industry is facing the longest downturn in the sector's 60-year history.
Please join us for a webinar in which industry experts share their insights about the ongoing turmoil and its possible impact on trade and ports in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as economic implications for regional shipping networks, operators, and the Panama Canal. This webinar will be available in English only