Recruiter Amrop Enters Panama

Amrop Peru announced the start of operations in Panama and Central America.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


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With an estimated investment of one million Dollars over the next three years, the company will begin its expansion to Central America from Panama.

Amrop founding partner of Peru, Fernando Guinea, noted that "the excellent conditions of the Panamanian economy and prospects for Central America led us to the investment", published an article in Andina.com.pe.

The focus will be in banking and financial services, infrastructure, mining, energy, consumer goods and retail.

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