May 3, 2013
New York Times
Panama City Rising
By: Tim Neville
Traffic into Panama City was flowing for once, so Miguel Fábrega had only a moment to point out the crumbling ruins in the distance. They were the remains of a 16th-century New Spanish settlement that the British privateer Sir Henry Morgan eventually sacked in 1671 .
April 24, 2013
World Economic Forum Comes To Lima
By Peter Tase
As he inaugurated the 8th World Economic Forum on Latin America the president of Peru, Ollanta Humala, advocated the regional economic growth while respecting social inclusion. He was joined by the Presidents of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto and Panamá, Ricardo Martinelli.
Panama has become more than just a pathway for international investment.
With recession-resistant growth powered by a highly competitive economy, a simplified tax structure and world-class physical and financial infrastructure, Panama is an attractive investment destination of its own.
President Ricardo Martinelli’s pro-growth policy focus on long-term macroeconomic stability, fiscal discipline and continued infrastructure modernization is positioning Panama to deliver on the promise of even greater prosperity.