Cemosa, Consorcio Amador, Consorcio Proyecto SEG and Ayesa have presented their proposals to oversee the construction of the new convention center.
Of the ten companies that were interested in the tender to project manage construction of the Convention Center of Amador, four have formalized their offers in the public tender, according to Prensa.com.
Pending the Supreme Court´s decision on the law on free parking, the private sector is asking for changes to regulations in order to increase parking spaces depending on the type of construction.
It is still not known whether the law authorizing the free use of parking lots in shopping centers will be declared unconstitutional, but the business sector is seizing the moment to insist on the need to amend the legislation to change parking types and requirements in buildings, depending on the type of property in question.
With opposition from the business sector and partially vetoed by President Varela, the Assembly has approved the law granting the right to free parking in shopping centers.
Now it will be the Supreme Court which decides whether the controversial law adopted in January and subsequently vetoed in two articles by President Varela, is not unconstitutional. The law was passed now "... after insistence, on its third reading" by the National Assembly.
From October 20 to 22nd, the Atlapa convention center will be hosting an exhibition and conference for information and telecommunication technology businesses from different countries of America.
As part of the event the first Business Roundtable will also be held, entitled "Techno-Logistics", which will be a meeting point between exhibitors and buyers of the EXPO 2015 and EXPO PANAMA BIZ FIT PANAMA 2015 fair, which will take place on 22 of October.
Financiera Acobo (a financial company) is completing the steps required by Sugef to authorize the opening of the new Bank "Banco de Soluciones" (Bansol) ("Solutions Bank").
Mercedes Agüero writes in Nacion.com: “The Finance Manager, Carlos Fernández, said the bank has $12.4 million (¢7 billion) in capital available to obtain a banking license, which is more than the required amount.
Panamá Pacífico with thousands of interested visitors to its stand in Expocomer 2010, not only offered the Key Note speech of thursday, but launched the residential phase of this great development on the banks of the Panama Canal
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