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Panama Expects 35 Nations to Attend Summit of the Americas

Posted on: Nov 28 2014 - 12:17pm | #0
In: Prensa Latina
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27 de noviembre de 2014, 16:38Panama, Nov 27 (Prensa Latina) Panama wants all leaders of the region to come and attend the 7th Summit of the Americas, reiterated today Deputy Foreign Minister Luis Miguel Hincapie in a press conference at the end of an agreement signing ceremony between the Foreign Ministry and Copa, officially designed as the main airline connecting the continent for the summit, scheduled for April 10-11, 2015. News fetched from the source by our autoblog. Click here to read the full article......

Panama Expects 35 Nations to Attend Summit of the Americas

PANAMA NEWS (Prensa Latina) Panama wants all leaders of the region to come and attend the 7th Summit of the Americas, reiterated today Deputy Foreign Minister Luis Miguel Hincapie in a press conference at the end of an agreement signing ceremony between the Foreign Ministry and Copa, officially designed as the main airline connecting the continent for the summit,...

Posted on: Nov 28 2014 - 7:37am | #0
In: Panama News
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Panama: Bank Cards To Have Microchips by December 2014

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PANAMA NEWS — All banks in Panama must have integrated circuit technology – ‘chip system” – by December 20, 2014, with an option existing to take an additional three months, until March 2015. Debit and credit cards with a microcircuit or chip system which provides more security and more storage of user information with the aim of “… Checking...


A Felicidades! Panama on Your 111th Year of Independence

Posted on: Nov 4 2014 - 5:34am | Comments Off
In: Topix
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Today, all of Panama is celebrating and rejoicing its 111-year old independence commemorating its separation from Colombia and when Panama earlier in its history broke away from Spain. The Spanish arrived in the 1500’s and stayed for nearly 300 years as it colonized the region and enslaved native populations. Panama News from the source by our autoblog. Click here to go to the source media......

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Panama Starts to Lose its Way Financially

PANAMA NEWS — The National Assembly has approved raising the maximum limit for government borrowing to 4.1% of GDP, above the 3.9% originally requested by the Executive. The Assembly amended the project which initially envisaged raising the limit on the fiscal deficit from 2.7% to 3.9%, to bring it up to 4.1% of GDP. ‘… This means that in the whole...

Posted on: Oct 31 2014 - 9:21pm | Comments Off
In: Panama News
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