The private sector claims that it is not enough to invest $10 million in the construction of a technical school if the academic programs are not developed considering the staffing needs of the productive sectors.
The problem of a shortage of technically skilled labor in Panamanian companies will not be resolved if educational programs do not take as a starting point the demands of the productive sector.
Concerned about a possible penalty for non-compliance in the prevention of illegal fishing, the fishing industry is calling for urgent remedial actions by the authorities.
Panama is one of the countries likely to be affected by the impending crackdown by the European Union, which could jeopardize exports of seafood to the region, which amounts to a volume of $40 million.
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