Guatemala - Honduras Customs Lengthens Hours of Service
Authorities from both countries have agreed to extend the Corinto border office's opening hours from 12 to 24 hours per day.
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Gabriel García Ardón, governor of the Honduran port city of Cortés, indicated that the new service hours are expected to be in place from 31 August.
Custom authorities from both sides of the border decided to extend their opening hours.
The huge demand for services has forced banks to extend their business hours and are now working overtime at many of their branches.
Panama's government offices have adopted a six-hour working day in an effort to confront an energy crisis.
Gessa employees in Costa Rica will work one day less per month and they will see their salary reduced proportionately.
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