$80 Million for Health Infrastructure
The Government of Panama plans to build and equip 32 health centers in the next 5 years.
Monday, July 13, 2009
Panama's Health Ministry (Minsa, Spanish acronym), has committed to build a Primary Health Attention Center (CAPSIS, Spanish acronym) for each 15 thousand inhabitants in areas of greater need, with a global investment of $80 million.
It will include a conventions center, commercial and residential space, sporting facilities, plus widening Calzada de Amador to four lanes.
The Minister of Economy and Finance has reported that in order to develop the logistics industry in Panama a $3,277 million public investment will be made during the current quinquennium.
The Panamanian government has been examining the possibility of handing over the area to a master developer, as was done successfully with the area of the former Howard base.
The government has announced that it has the land where construction will begin for the airfield valued at $730 thousand, 17 kilometers from the Copan Mayan ruins.
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