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Panama becomes first Central American nation to ban plastic bags
by Elida Moreno
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20 July 2019
On 20 July 2019 Reuters reported:
Panama on Saturday [20 July] became the first Central American nation to ban single-use plastic bags to try to curb pollution on its beaches and help tackle what the United Nations has identified as one of the world's biggest environmental challenges.
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The isthmus nation of roughly 4 million people joined more than 60 other countries that have totally or partially banned single-use plastic bags, or introduced taxes to dissuade their use, including Chile and Colombia in the region.
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