Panama: $1.5 million for Banana Production

The government announced a contribution of $1.5 million to sustain banana production, commercialization and export.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Victor Manuel Pérez, Agricultural Development minister, made the announcement in a meeting with banana workers from the district of Barú.

The minister added, according to an article in Prensa.com: "... the government's proposal to save banana production, commercialization and export consists on the state contributing 50% of the capital, and the private companies the remaining 50%".



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The transnational wants to make an agreement for production with the owners of the 1,765 smallholdings in Baru which resulted from the liquidation of Coosemupar.

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Authorities Propose Mixed Company to Run Coosemupar

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The Agriculture Ministry of Panama proposed the creation of a mixed public-private to run the banana plantations in Barú.

Both the Government and the interested company would invest $20 million.

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The name of the company that will invest in reactivating Coosemupar's banana plantations will be known before December.

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