Millionaire Tourism Project Unveiled in Panama

Consulting company C4T presented the government a project to develop a touristic complex at the former Sherman air base.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Company spokesperson Jordi Marcé noted that the project requires an investment of $180 million, and would generate over 1.000 new jobs.

“We have considered all the possibilities and talents of the area”, explained Marcé, who remarked that the initiative is geared towards ecologic tourism and will imply new infrastructure connecting the area with the city of Colón.

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