Discover how the United States and Panama join forces to enhance the semiconductor supply chain. Explore the strategic partnership’s impact on diversification, economic growth, and regional competitiveness in the digital age.
PROMTUR Panama meets its objectives by working jointly with the Panama Tourism Authority and the private sector; to position Panama…
Discover the issue of animal abuse in Panama and the legal measures being taken to combat it. Learn about Law 70 of 2012, amended by Law 133 of 2020, granting judges the power to penalize animal abuse. Find out about the penalties and fines associated with such conduct, ranging from imprisonment to fines and community work.
The macroeconomic report presented by the chief economist of the IDB, Erci Parrado, foresees a growth of 1% for the set of Latin American economies in 2023, this in a context of high rates and inflation, without contagion or extension of the situation United States bank.
The central theme focused on the instability, insecurity, and skepticism of the local consumer as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
Some interesting facts about the Panama CanalThis August 15th, the Panama Canal reaches 108 years of operation, which is why we take the opportunity to share some curious facts about this wonder of world trade: The cost of the Panama Canal toll depends on the weight of the vessel and the number of passengers.The cheapest toll was paidContinue reading “Interesting facts about the Panama Canal”