interoceanic

interoceanic

(ˈɪntərˌəʊʃɪˈænɪk)
adj
involving, connecting, or moving between two or more oceans
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The government-run Nicaraguan Grand Interoceanic Canal Commission has granted approval to Chinese concession holder HKND Group's environmental and social impact studies for a waterway project,
The Interoceanic Grand Canal Commission presented its approval on the study, giving the green light for the Hong Kong-based firm HKND to start the structural and construction design phase of the megaproject.
8 billion, 1,600-mile Interoceanic Highway; and the Chinese-sponsored $10 billion, 3,300-mile Twin Ocean Railroad--will no doubt stimulate both economies, but at a steep cost.
The Ortega government expects GDP numbers to rise even higher as work progresses on its plan to construct a US$50 billion interoceanic canal (NotiCen, Oct.
CUSCO, Peru, July 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- RioSol SAC LLC and Compania Minera Rio Sol SAC ("RioSol" or "The Company") today announced for sale or development a significant limestone aggregate and lime claim in southern Peru, located in close proximity to the Interoceanic Highway connecting Peru and Brazil.
Variability of the mitochondrial control region in populations of the harbour porpoise, Phocoena, on interoceanic and regional scales.
Obama began his day with a visit to the Panama Canal, where, jacket slung over his shoulder in the tropical heat, he toured a command center and walked across the Miraflores locks, at the Pacific entrance to the interoceanic waterway.
was the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty signed concerning the |construction of an interoceanic canal across Central America?
Construction of Nicaragua's $50 billion Interoceanic Grand Canal, is expected to rival the Panama Canal, will begin Dec.
The most spectacular infrastructure project, by far, involves Nicaragua's $50-billion Interoceanic Grand Canal, led by China's billionaire telecom mogul Wang Jing.
Up until 1890, Nicaragua was the preferred choice of the United States as the country through which to finance the construction of an interoceanic canal.
The forests here are coming under increasing pressure for conversion to agriculture and mining since the completion of the Interoceanic Highway, which links the capital city of Lima to Brazil.