More or less, these documents affect those that seek compensation for the losses incurred by exporters due to the tariff preferences of the EU.
Upon the Panamanian government not having completed on-time the necessary procedures for the renewal of the SGP Plus as established by Europe, Panamanian exporters lost this benefit and were left at a disadvantage against competitors from other countries who continue to enjoy those preferences.
Sales of land, reclaimed seabed and land titling are generating increased expectations in the city's real estate market.
Prensa.com reports: "The fertile state lands bordering the Bay of Panama await inevitable changes in light of the real estate boom in the area of Punta Pacifica, Avenida Balboa and the district of San Francisco".
After serious threats to its existence, bearer shares will survive thanks to a special regime created by Law 47 of August 6, 2013.
In an analysis piece by Osvaldo Lau C. in Prensa.com regarding the implications of the recently passed Law 47, he writes that "After a long run, bearer shares are to survive thanks to a special regime created by Law 47 of August 6, 2013, which also creates the custodians of certificates issued to bearers, so as to not remove them completely from our legislation. "
The credit facility for tax equipment may be used for paying taxes to the Internal Revenue Service of Panama, with the exception of ITBMS.
The article in Prensa.com by Osvaldo Lau C, states that "In general, the tax rules regarding tax equipment grant the right to receive a credit equal to fifty percent (50%) of the total value of each new computer or up to $700 (B /. 700.00), the smaller of the two, for taxpayers who have complied in a timely manner with the implementation schedule for tax equipment, depending on the type of equipment and the region where the business is located".
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