Spanish region Murcia opens trade office in Panama
Spain's Murcia region opened an office in Panama City in a bid to boost trade and investment.
Friday, May 16, 2008
"Murcia and Panama have a lot in common, not least their open economies," said Ramón Luis Valcárcel, president of the Murcia autonomous community, at the opening ceremony.
The activity was inaugurated yesterday, and will be open until October 9, at Hotel Barceló Guatemala.
A group of businessmen from the Spanish region of Asturias will visit Panama in April.
French investment in Panama has reached $600 million and is projected to reach $1 billion in 2010.
The manufacturing sector as a whole saw a decline in FDI due to a sharp drop in flows to Central America and the Caribbean.
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