Panama: Requires insurance to transport foreign cargo
The Land Transit and Transportation Authority will request foreign cargo transporters to carry obligatory insurance to travel in Panamanian territory.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
This according to Heraclio Batista, national ATTT director.
The obligation to take out insurance with Mexican companies has annoyed freight carriers who have announced that they will not travel through Aztec territory.
The government of Nicaragua has decided to suspend the increase from $85 to $295 on compulsory insurance for third party damage for transport trucks.
Leaders from the merchandise transportation sector are considering sanctions for foreign companies that provide cabotage services
Costa Rican transporters have blocked the Paso Canoas border alleging abuses in the controls carried out by Panamanian authorities.
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