Doing Business in Panama

Guide prepared by the professional staff of Deloitte Panamá.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

It is designed to provide potencial foreing investors with fundamental information about Panama's enviroment, including factors a foreing investor should consider in deciding whether to acquire an existin Panama company or to start a new operation en the country.
These factors include tax planing, employment and labor, financing, importing, and accounting.

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