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CANATCOL, AP requires the highest priority and the guarantee of the state, for the issuance of bonds, stocks and international loans.

The sale of timber from the canal area is estimated to provide USD $ 3.5 billion.



The most valuable corner of America.

The only site in the hemisphere where you can make an Interoceanic Canal at sea level for Ultra Large Container Ships that are projected to be 85% of the merchant fleet in the next ten years.

A private Association of the owners of the Canal area who wish to open it.

1855 Description of the route by William Kennish, and Frederick M. Kelley (New York).

1861 Report of the Mission of Lieutenant N. Michler (Washington, DC).

1949 Panama Governor’s Report of the Atrato-Truando Route.

1970 US Government Commission Inter Oceanic Canal.

1964 Engineering Studies, geology, soils.

1969 Central Hydraulics Laboratory of France.

2014 “Atrato River Navigability Studies”.



Colombian Law # 53 of 1964 for which plans and economic studies were contracted with two New York companies Tippets-Abbet-McCarthy-Straton and R. Nathan.

Colombian Law # 53 of 1984 ordered the construction of the Canal (It has not been complied with, “it is in force because no other law has repealed it”).

Decree 0926 of 1996 contracted with Nathan of New York feasibility studies.

They concluded that they should wait to finish the expansion of the Panama Canal, which was completed in 2016.



A partner that redesigns the plans in 3D, completes the environmental studies, establishes a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) with CANATCOL, AP as a Majority Partner (> 51%), takes inventory of the trees ($ 3,500 Million USD Value) and trace the Canal route, finance the bond issuance investment, build and operate the Canal for X number of years.



Option 1. Proclaim a new law that orders the Military Engineers to build the work.

Financing cut to open sky of the Serrania de Baudo of 3 miles (4,800 m) with the sale of trees.

Finance the rest of the project with bond issuance.

Option 2. Santiago Perez Triana proposed in 1915 in London to get a company of multinational engineers to do the work, finance and operate the Canal for a defined number of years.

Bond issuance may be a convenient option to meet the requirements ... This article emphasizes the issuance of bonds as an investment mechanism.

Seek foreign financing and international support from the following countries and organizations: Switzerland, China, France, Japan, Holland, South Korea, Qatar, Singapore, United Kingdom, USA, European Union.

According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan Fumio Kishida considers that the width of the Panama Canal is insufficient for his vessels. (Wall Street Journal, 2014).

Japan is in an energy crisis due to the destruction of the reactors of Fukushima by the Tsunami. Japan imports 98% of oil, and 90% of coal.

With external collaboration, Colombia could build a liquid natural gas plant and could export Cerrejon coal and oil.

Japan could participate in the Public Private Association of the Interoceanic Canal of Colombia at sea level. The capacity of the port of Bahía Colombia to receive EEA vessels could be increased.

Japan through its organizations JICA (Bilateral Cooperation Agency) and the implementation of Japan's ODA (Official Development Assistance) can develop negotiations. It must also be included in the FTA (Free Trade Agreement) that is currently being carried out with Japan.

Holland: You can also do the feasibility study with the Dutch companies Royal Haskoning-DHV and Ecorys as they did with Nicaragua, bringing their experience and knowledge in maritime transport and the manufacture of cranes for large ports.

European Union: it has programs and economic resources for humanitarian crisis problems, which is the reality today in Chocó, Colombia.

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