Panama to Host Eleventh Investment Forum

Organized by the Panamanian Stock Exchange, the event will be held on 19 August in the country's capital.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

The forum will take place in the Hotel Sheraton's Great Hall in Panama City.

Participating organizations include the major publicly traded companies from Panama and Central America who will present their financial results and growth forecasts.

The audience will be made up of 400 investors, financial instutions and administrators from the capital, giving people the opportunity to learn about the region's markets and network with its key players.

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