CAF Wants to Finance Panama Metro

The Andean Development Corporation would be interested in financing the new government’s most important project.

Friday, June 5, 2009

The president of the Andean Development Corporation (CAF) during this month will meet with the incoming government.

Prensa published comments by Rúben Ramírez, representative of the agency: "CAF has already funded, as non-reimbursable technical cooperation, a series of studies on a Panamanian mass transport system and it is willing to continue working in that direction to finance the project.

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