The Panamanian Chamber of Solar Energy is inviting domestic and foreign companies in the sector to join this new union.
From a statement issued by the Panamanian Chamber of Solar Energy:
Panama March 16, 2016. A group of leading entrepreneurs in the clean and renewable energy sector have announced the creation of the Panamanian Chamber of Solar Energy (Solar Chamber) with the purpose of promoting solar energy in the country.
The center-right Varela won the election where the differences between the candidates were not about political philosophies but management styles, for which reason it is estimated there will be no major changes in Panama.
Varela had been the ally who helped the current President Ricardo Martinelli win previous elections, but there was soon distance between them, with Varelas removal from the office of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, although he retained the formal title of Vice President won in those elections.
The three presidential candidates at the top of the polls say they will not propose tax reforms during their tenure.
Capital.com.pa reports that "The issue was discussed at the last forum organized by the Panamanian Association of Business Executives (APEDA), which evaluated the economic and fiscal impact of electoral promises."
Jose Domingo Arias (Democratic Change), Juan Carlos Navarro (Democratic Revolutionary Party), and Juan Carlos Varela (Panamanian Party) are the three candidates for the Presidency of Panama that have the highest chance of winning, according to polls. The three "... assure that they will not impose new taxes."
The inauguration of the $189 million road project is set for the weekend of June 27th and 28th.
According to Laestrella.com.pa, the opening date of the Coastal Strip of Panama was published in the newspaper La Prensa, where the Minister of Transportation and Public Works (MOP acronym in Spanish) said that everything was prepared for this weekend.
Since June 11th, construction companies now have an obligation to repair any damages created by their projects to the streets of Panama City.
The agreement issued by the City Council of Panama and published in Panama's official newspaper, Gaceta Oficial, establishes that promoters, construction companies, and others have the obligation to repair any street damage that occurs during the process of construction upon finalizing their projects.
It's Tuesday morning, just five days before the all important PRD primary election in Panama. You can almost feel the temperature rising...
The most important race to be decided is between the former Housing Minister Balbina Herrera and the Mayor of Panama City Juan Carlos Navarro. Both are running for the Presidency of the Republic and the winner of the PRD primary election on Sunday will represent the party in the general national elections in May 2009. Interestingly enough, the political fever is keeping the opposition guys vibrating as well.