Between March 21 and April 21, the Panamanian Canal Authority (ACP) said to have seen water levels in Lake Alajuela fall by seven metres. To complete the transit safely, container ships are now forced to lighten their loads to be able to pass through without incidents. Authorities have estimated some container ships will be forced to shed 40 percent of their cargo to abide by the new regulation.


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