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19 June 2013 By Martin Hutchinson

A controversial $40 bln project to rival Panama’s passage doesn’t seem to make financial sense. But if its Chinese sponsor is any kind of proxy for Beijing, the idea of one day balancing U.S. influence in Central America isn’t far-fetched. And for that, the price could be right.

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