Entrepreneurs, environmentalists and authorities have formed a committee to review the legislation on processes for obtaining environmental permits.
The commission, which includes members of the Panamanian Association of Business Executives (APEDE) aims to have a draft ready by October of a new proposal to be submitted for public consultation. Among the rules to be reviewed, is the categorization of the studies, which should "... be established after evaluation or review by the authorities and the population."
In January 2016 the results of a study will determine whether it is feasible to build multimodal ports in Bocas del Toro and Chiriqui and develop a logistic plan for the region.
The Maritime Authority of Panama explained that the feasibility study is being developed by Nathan Associates, which will have to deliver the results in January 2016. The purpose is to determine the condition of the province of Chiriqui, particularly Baru, in order to establish an economic development plan for the region.
The Panamanian Association of Business Executives is proposing regulating cooperatives, pawn shops and casinos, signing the memorandum of IOSCO, creating a new law on money laundering and strengthening the Financial Analysis Unit.
During the second business forum called 'gray lists: Check Mate for Panama?', the Panamanian Association of Business Executives unveiled their proposals, action lines and suggestions for improving the conditions of the country and getting off the "gray list" it has recently been included in.
This week Panamanian environmentalists presented at a plenary session of the National Assembly a draft law to regulate the use and sale of chemicals, after having detected herbicide contamination in La Villa river.
The new government's tendency to increase social spending and its regulation of commercial private activities is concerning the business sector.
The economic direction that Panama has taken since Juan Carlos Varela took office in July 2014 has failed to convince the private productive sector, which is suspicious of increased government spending through the implementation of subsidies, many of which do not have a reasonable enough basis and are not entirely necessary, according to some entrepreneurs.
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