Tax incentives foster tourism development in Panama

Law #8 promotes tourism activities in the country by offering tax relief on imports, real estate and capital investments, to name a few.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

A report by the Panama Tourism Institute (IPAT) reveals that 12 investment projects totaling $92.5 million have been approved.
This will be the last year in which capital investment projects can benefit from Law 8, a measure designed to foster investment in the country's interior, Carl-Fredrik Nordström, Assistant Manager of IPAT, pointed out.



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