An excellent investment opportunity in Central Pacific, close to the projected International Airport and commercial centers.
Property area: 210 hectares.
Fully registered with permits for the construction of 2 Hotels, Championship 18 hole Golf Course, Club Houses, Spa, Restaurants, Pools and 1600 Condo Units.
Asking price: USD 9.00 /m2.
Preparations are being made for Panamanian businessmen to visit the European country on May 1 with the aim of exploring business opportunities.
The trip to Hungary by Panamanian businessmen is scheduled for May, and was publicised during the meeting between Chancellor Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado and the Speaker of the National Assembly of the European country, László Kover.
When using data to make business decisions, companies must understand that having a lot of information is not the same as having real, verified and high quality information.
Every day more and more companies are using new methods of analyzing information to make their business decisions, but on the path towards change it is all too easy to make the mistake of believing that having a lot of information,real, is the same as having real, verified and high quality information.
From March 6 to 7 representatives of international franchises from different sectors will be showcasing their business models and meeting with companies interested in acquiring franchises.
The meeting will be held at the Hotel Vista Real in Guatemala City, and will involve franchises for food products, restaurants, cleaning products, and others.At the event, organized by Amcham Guatemala, training and talks will be given on how to franchise a business, the necessary legal framework and other topics of interest.
The company Empresa Portuaria Santo Tomás de Castilla has paid the Guatemalan state nearly $11 million, equivalent to 7% of its profits in 2016.
From Diario de Centroamérica:
"..President Jimmy Morales, representing the State, yesterday received Q84.3 million from the Port Santo Tomas de Castilla (Empornac), equivalent to 7 percent of the dividend income that the institution received in 2016, reported the GuatemalanNews Agency.
The procedures for obtaining operating permits and municipal licenses are the things that cause the most difficulty for companies who are trying to formalize their operations in the country.
Despite constant complaints by entrepreneurs, excessive bureaucracy remains one of the main obstacles to the formalization of companies in Costa Rica. According to a business survey developed by Uccaep, the procedures for obtaining operation permits from the Ministry of Health and municipal patents are the most difficult tasks to carry out and those which take the most time.
The business sector is against making retroactive consultations on mining and energy projects as they are already under development and is demanding regulation of the implementation of the ILO Convention 169 in order to protect investments.
The bureaucratic procedures and permits required by the Cuban government and some restrictions on the establishment of companies could represent obstacles for foreign businessmen interested in investing on the island.
Although in Cuba there exists sectors such as telecommunications and construction, which have high growth potential due to a backlog in investment, those who are knowledgeable about the real situation in Cuban say that it will be difficult to take advantage of these opportunities, at least for now.That is the perception of the former ambassador of Costa Rica in Cuba, Rodrigo Carreras, who in an interview with the newspaper Nacion.com, detailed the conditions of the economy of the island and the difficulties that could be faced by entrepreneurs interested in doing business there.
Businessmen in the hotel, agricultural and textile sectors form part of the delegation which will be meeting with representatives from the government and Honduran companies between January 7th and 26th.
The delegation will be made up of business people, government representatives and technicians from China, who will carry out the certification processes for melon and meat as part of the requirements to start exporting these products.
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We service our customers by helping them in all aspects of the process of establishing businesses in CA also we provide them with business opportunities in the Financial, Comercial and Real estate sectors.
Operates in Costa Rica
Phone: (506) 2272 9650 - (506) 8845 5439
As a Holding Company we are interested in helping other companies to succeed. We do that by investing in other companies with capital and or professional help to allow them to grow in exchange for ownership.
Operates in Panama and Panama
Phone: (507) 7202158
Generates business opportunities by linking supply and demand of goods and services between Central America and the rest of the world.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (506) 225 4786