Insurance for Panamanian Shrimp Production

ISA, the Agricultural Insurance Institute, offers a new insurance protecting shrimp production nationwide.

Friday, November 27, 2009

This product was born as a request from shrimp growers from the Coclé region, who had sustained heavy losses due to river floods.

"In order to be insure their production, shrimp growers from all the country need only to request it at their regional ISA office", commented Rubén Darío Campos, ISA's national director.

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