Panama: Foreign Direct Investment Increases 26%
In the first six months of this year, Foreign Direct Investment grew 26% when compared to the same period of 2009.
Friday, September 17, 2010
According to Roberto Henríquez, Commerce & Industry Ministry, foreign investors are showing the confidence they have in the country by pouring around $1.14 billion in the nation.
Of the $34.095 billion in Foreign Direct Investment in Central America which arrived in the last 4 years $21.925 million left the region in the form of expenses.
It is estimated that the current government will have accrued $3 billion by the end of its term, an increase of 140% compared to the previous administration.
During the first two months of 2011, there is reported revenue of $ 72.6 million in FDI, 25.5% lower than the $ 97.5 million of the same period of 2010.
2010 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) grew 33% compared to 2009.
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