Panama: Website with import costs

The Government of Panama inaugurated the Public Administration Transparency Module, on the web site of the National Customs Authority.

Friday, January 30, 2009

The commissioning of this new tools will allow Panamanians or foreigners to review the information contained in the import and export declarations, without the need for a password.

The Director of the National Customs Authority, Vilma De Luca, said that the tool will promote competition and benefit all Panamanians, who are the consumers, and will help in the supervision of correct customs declaration of the goods.

President Torrijos said that "this tool that we are inaugurating today at Customs, will strengthen trade, improve the services that are provided to Panamanian companies. Similarly, it will help us with transparency, by controlling import costs and sale prices."



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