Netpeople Analyzes Panama Expansion

The company offers services and products for mobile telephony, and is analyzing expanding its presence in Panama.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Netpeople has a development center in Venzuela, but, depending on the country's political stability, they could expand to Panama, informed Alejandro Carvallo, chief of technology.

"We have an organic and continued growth plan for the next years, which could be boosted if there is any unexpected situation", he told newspaper La Estrella.

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