Panamanian Sea and Coasts Concessions Evaluated

AMP will consider today whether to grant the concessions requested for the Panamanian coast and ocean floor.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Among the concessions sought from the Panamanian Maritime Authority (AMP) are one for marine tourism and the other for the construction and operation of a dock for transferring fuel to ships. Additionally, a concession was requested to provide docking, loading and unloading of containers and the construction of a freight building, and another to construct and operate a terminal for the transshipment of oil products. published: "According to AMP concessions regulations, the cost per square meter of sea floor ranges between three and eleven cents, depending on the area and whether it is on an island or on the coast of the city."

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