$18 million Offered for Advertising in Metro de Panama

High Traffic Media, the only participating company, submitted a proposal for $18.2 million in a tender to develop and commercialize advertising space on Line 1 of the Metro.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

In the tender for the development, marketing and administration of the advertising which is part of the inventory of physical spaces on Line 1 of the Metro, only one company took part, submitting an an offer of $18,190,000.

The reference price of the bid was $16,982,000. 

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