Customs Charges Suspended at Paso Canoa
In negotiations, regional transporters achieved the suspension of customs charges at Paso Canoa, Panama.
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Panamanian authorities committed to find a new way of transferring the costs generated by the entrance of merchandise to their owners.
The authorities at customs offices in Guatemala and Honduras have opened new routes for regional transit of goods between the two countries.
Protesting against vehicle revision upon entrance to Panama, cargo transporters will stop their activities starting Wednesday.
Costa Rican transporters have blocked the Paso Canoas border alleging abuses in the controls carried out by Panamanian authorities.
Despite innumerable meetings of leaders and officials who frequently express their willingness to act on the issue, customs transit continues to be the main factor affecting logistics costs for regional trade.
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