Panama: $112 million Budget Cut in 2013

The cuts foreseen in fiscal year 2013 will affect the Ministry of Labour, the Public Registry, Customs Authorities, Government Innovation and Small and Medium Enterprises.

Friday, August 10, 2012

For Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (Ampyme) the cuts amount to $33 million, leaving only $22 million for investment and operation.

$14 million will be cut from the budget for the Ministry of Labor and Workforce Development (Mitradel) and $50 million for the National Customs Authority (ANA) and finally a million for the Public Registry.

"The most critical reception of the budget adjustments came from the Director of Customs, Gloria Moreno de Lopez, who revealed that this institution will have $50 million cut.

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The Panamanian government is allocating this amount to the development of micro and small businesses involving 546,412 establishments on the national level.

Giselle Calcagno, Minster of the Micro, Small, and Medium Business Authority (AMPYME, acronym in Spanish) commented that the fund is designated for seed capital, micro-credit, collateral funds, and for technical training and assistance.

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