Panama continues to have vigorous construction growth

The sector is one of the main pillar of the country's economic surge, and signs show that, despite the crisis, the growth rate will be maintained through 2009.

Sunday, January 6, 2008

An analysis by the PA-DIGITAL web page indicates that "the construction sector continued to grow in 2008, recording an increase of 52% from January to August, compared to the same period in 2007.

Investment during the first eight months of last year reached a total of $1.1 billion, while in 2007 it was ..."

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From a press release from the Presidency of the Government of Honduras:

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In the past two years, the value of constructions in the district of Arraijan, in the central-western part of the Province of Panama, rose to $200 million.

Of all the money invested, $97 million corresponds to non-residential projects.

According to the President of the Panamanian Chamber of Construction (Capac) commercial and real estate investments are continuing to grow to the west, even as far as Capira.

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March 2011

Along with construction of a cruise terminal, there are also housing projects.

The residential projects, among them Alta Vista Beach, are being developed by Desarrollos Vision de Vista.

This project, as well as the Banana Coast cruise terminal, which is developed by "Grande Trujillo Autoridad", is sponsored by the Canadian company Fast Track Capital.

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