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PANAMA: COUNTRY FULL OF DEVELOPMENT AND  OPPORTUNITIES

Throughout its 76 thousand square kilometers between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic, Panama offers the world a thriving and progress in the last 15 years has gotten high marks in the development indices image. The economy in Panama is located at the top of Central America and second in Latin America.

After the delivery of the Canal in 1999 by the US who exploded for over 80 years, its international business conditional changes in the legal structure promoted and encouraged Panama’s economy.

COUNTRY IN CONSTANT DEVELOPMENT

Panama continues to grow its economy, in 2015 increased by 6.5% and has become a hub of all kinds for all America and the world, which promises to continue expanding and receiving multinational and immigrants from around the world, which undoubtedly will result in welfare and development for the country and its inhabitants.

SECOND MOST COMPETITIVE ECONOMY IN THE REGION

This rising economy due to the needs of international trade rather than domestic demand. It is a country with low population density, has only 3.5 million inhabitants and yet now stands as the second most competitive economy in the region.

Recently it has become a magnet for investment; an extraordinary business center for its advantages attracts people from around the world in search of new business opportunities and a quiet place to live.

FASCINATING NATURAL BEAUTY

Much of the surface is covered by Panama typical of the tropics that have interesting proposals in urban inner cities jungles.

Deep Pacific side natural beauty, the pristine beaches and white sands of the Atlantic side, the serene and inviting to a life of relaxation and enjoyment, which is likely to growth and expansion in the even broader tourism development.

PANAMA CANAL

For its tradition of ports, developed a century ago by the construction of a waterway in the interconnection of two of its inland lakes – the Gatun and small Miraflores Lake – and their respective outputs with the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, Panama is one of the most important logistics centers in the Western Hemisphere for the transfer, storage and distribution of the global burden, a bridge for the mobilization of goods and people throughout the Americas.

This country grew with an important influence of the United States of America, translated in its commercial organization of the Canal Zone and it allowed the changes in recent legislation, coined by stable and democratic governments, the alternatives are open to investment and continued foreign capital inflows, mainly to develop the capital, Panama City, to turn it into a cosmopolitan metropolis, modern infrastructure and increasing development.