The union of exporters and the Turkish government are proposing setting up a business center in Panama that will function as a platform for trade with the rest of the region.
The aim of the Turkish Exporters Assembly is to explore business opportunities in the region, using Panama as a central point and from there to presenting its exports not only to Central America but also to South American countries.
Under construction in the province of Alajuela is a 300 thousand square meter multi-park to be used for different types of events, including car racing.
The company Bliss Entretenimiento, a subsidiary of Grupo Nación is responsible for developing the work, which will include "... an amphitheater, an events center, a revamped race circuit, parking for 6000 vehicles and new green areas."
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With a $ 10 million investment, La Trinidad Malacatán shopping center opened its doors to consumers.
It features 16.000 square meters of commercial space and will employ some 200 people directly and 800 indirectly.
" La Trinidad Corporación Inmobiliaria, developer of the project, invested about $10 million in the mall, which joins another with the same name in Retalhuleu. The directors of the company stated there are plans to build another one in Coatepeque, Quetzaltenango", reported Elperiodico.com.gt.
Accival, the real estate area of the Honduran company, invested $10.5 million in 2008 and $16 million in 2009 in real estate projects.
Intur Group has diversified its business with greater emphasis on the world of construction through Accival for five years. Beyond the ideal spaces built for restaurants, its projects include other concepts ranging from shopping malls to a modern office center as well as storage areas, apartment condominiums and townhouses.
Corporacion Inmobiliaria announced the investment to construct a modern commercial center which will open its doors in 2010.
According to reports from elperiodico.com.gt "The La Trididad (Malacatan) Trade and Business will have a neo-urbanistic design will measure 7 thousand square meters, and will house some 33 stores, in addition to 250 vehicle capacity parking lot.
A total of 10 companies with Mexican, American and Central American capital will start operations in the free zones.
Mexican manufacturing companies C&C Apparel, C&C Industries and C&C Las Mercedes were authorized to operate under the free zone system. Said companies will take over the operations of Nien Hsing, which is in the process of closing operations in Nicaragua, reports said.
With an estimated investment of $14 million, the Coronado Mall will have 40 stores, 15 offices, a business center and food court with nine restaurants.
Claudio Valencia - manager of Haus, developer of the project - said that they hope to finish construction in December of next year so that the commercial center can begin operations in the summer of 2010. Valencia estimates that during the construction phase they will generate 120 jobs and later when the Mall starts to operate it will generate some 200 direct jobs.
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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