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Panama has throughout it’s history held 11 population censuses, the first in 1911 and the last in 2000. It has also held seven housing censuses from 1950 to 2000.
Last Tuesday, January 10, a batch of 75,600 doses of Pfizer’s Bivalent vaccine against COVID was received in Panama.
Any public servant with political aspirations for the general elections taking place in May 2024 must resign from their position as of January 15, 2023.
Law 51 of 2008, as amended by Law 82 of 2012 (the “Law”) establishes the regulatory framework for the creation, use and storage of electronic documents and the electronic certification of signatures in Panama.
The Government of Panama enacted Law 337 of 2022 (the “Law”), for the purpose of increasing the collection of taxes and duties.
El pasado martes 4 de agosto de 2022, recibimos como expositor al Dr. Lucas Verzbolovski, presidente de AREDIS – Asociación de Representantes y Distribuidores de Productos Farmacéuticos, quien nos habló sobre su análisis de los “Medicamentos en Panamá, mitos y realidades”.
On October 26, Mr. Mario Rognoni, an associate of our firm, participated in the business forum organized by the British Chamber of Commerce entitled: “Towards a Green Economy: Challenges and Transitions in the Post-Pandemic in Panama”.
Almuerzos Ejecutivos | Octubre 2022El pasado 20 de octubre de 2022, recibimos como expositor al…
In August 2022, the authorities of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) published the new amendments made to the Business Companies Act (BCA) and its regulations.
On July 11, 2022, the sanitary measure of mandatory use of masks in open and closed spaces was eliminated throughout the territory of the Republic of Panama, with the exception of: public and private health facilities, persons engaged in the handling and sale of food; and public transport of passengers, collective and selective.
Through a Civil Works Construction Contract, a construction company undertakes to execute a project for the benefit of another called owner, who in turn is obligated to pay a certain price.
Our Political Constitution, aligned with international patterns, served as the basis for the enactment of Law 81 of March 26, 2019, regulated by Executive Decree 285 of May 28, 2021, which together constitute the general legal framework for the protection of Personal Data in Panama, setting the
minimum standards that must be met to comply in the processing of Personal Data and establishing the
applicable sanctions in case of non-compliance of the rules.
On September 1, 2022, Executive Decree No. 121 was issued, with the purpose of creating the regulatory framework that allows the supervised and controlled use and access of cannabis and its derivatives, for therapeutic, medical, veterinary, scientific and research purposes throughout the Republic of Panama, and at the same time prohibits the sale of medicinal cannabis door to door or by internet.
In order to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and facilitate the exchange of tax information, Panama enacted the following laws…
NON-RESIDENT VENEZUELANS WHO ENTER PANAMA MUST APPLY FOR A STAMPED VISA AT THE PANAMANIAN CONSULATE
Some interesting facts about the Panama CanalThis August 15th, the Panama Canal reaches 108 years…
Single Tax Payer Registry Update (RUC)Pursuant to Resolution No. 201-4393 of June 21, 2022, the…
National Lawyer’s Day in Panama Every year we celebrate Lawyer’s Day, a date that reminds us…
Charla almuerzo | Septiembre 2017 AROSEMENA NORIEGA & CONTRERAS ha instituido un programa de…