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.
<div class=”vce-asset-background-simple-item” style=”background-image: url(https://anorco.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/NEW-TrademarksV6.jpg)”></div> All about trademarks (II) &lt;/p&gt;<br />&lt;img src=”data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7″ data-wp-preserve=”%3Cstyle%3E.vce-row-container%20.vcv-lozad%20%7Bdisplay%3A%20none%7D%3C%2Fstyle%3E” data-mce-resize=”false” data-mce-placeholder=”1″ class=”mce-object” width=”20″ height=”20″ alt=”&amp;lt;style&amp;gt;” title=”&amp;lt;style&amp;gt;” /&gt;<br />&lt;p&gt; How are trademarks classified?Trademarks are classified as product trademarks and service trademarks. Is there a trademark classification system?The trademark classification system is called the Niza Classification. It is an international classification that applies to theContinue reading “All about trademarks – Part II”
Get answers to the most common questions about the Single and Private Registry of Final Beneficiaries (RUBF) in Panama. Learn about the system’s purpose, the responsible entity for compliance, registration requirements, costs, and the legal basis behind it.
Learn about the significant initiative implemented by Law 129 of 2020 and Executive Decree No. 13 of 2022, which established the Single and Private Registry of Final Beneficiaries of Legal Entities (RUBF) in Panama. Understand how this registry promotes transparency in the financial system, combats money laundering, and strengthens the integrity of the country’s business system. Discover the required information that resident agents must provide and the role of the Superintendency of Non-Financial Subjects in administering and safeguarding the RUBF.
Learn about the recent Decree No. 147 of May 26, 2021, which mandates all taxpayers, including individuals and legal entities, to issue invoices or equivalent documents for legitimizing their operations. Discover the exemptions for liberal, artisan, and artistic professions, as well as lawyers who can opt for the Electronic Billing model instead of using fiscal printers.
Discover the significance of the Qualship 21 Program recently entered by the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA). Learn about the incentives offered, including reduced examination scope and limited oversight, to vessels that demonstrate compliance and good environmental management. Stay informed about the June 30th annual update of qualified flag administrations.
PROMTUR Panama meets its objectives by working jointly with the Panama Tourism Authority and the private sector; to position Panama…
Discover 3 investment options to obtain a Permanent Residence Card in Panama, in 30 days!
Discover how Panama is diversifying its energy mix by leveraging its excellent geographical location and abundant solar radiation. Learn about the Baco Solar Park, the newest solar energy project in the country, set to produce an impressive 84 GWZ annually.
Explore the unique features of entrepreneurship companies, made possible by Law 186 of 2020 and Executive Decree 93 of 2021. Learn about the easy incorporation process, minimum requirements, financial benefits, and how they facilitate global participation
Learn about the Canal de Panama’s vision for the future of the logistics sector in Panama, including plans to support the maritime auxiliary businesses and incentivize the exportation of national products through the Ley 266 de 2021 de cabotaje and the construction of the Baru port.
Learn about the advances of Panama’s logistics strategy for 2023 and how the government aims to turn the country into an internationally recognized logistics hub through the PORTCEL program and the creation of a single window for foreign trade.
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.
Panama was the first country in the region to enact modern legislation that would allow the formation of “offshore” companies for purposes of asset protection and tax planning. The simplicity and flexibility provided by Law 32 of 1927, makes Panamanian corporations the most common form of business entity used for both local and foreign investors.
Free Zones are part of a special simplified global regime for the establishment and operation of companies that contribute to the development of the country and the creation of jobs, framed in the global goods and services economy.
The central theme focused on the instability, insecurity, and skepticism of the local consumer as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.