Panama to Host XII Investors Forum

Organized by the Panamanian Stock Exchange, the event will be held on August 18 in Panama City.

Monday, July 18, 2011

During the forum, nine Panamanian organizations will share their results and future plans.

This forum serves as a platform for the most important public holdings companies in the country and the region to share their operating results and growth prospects.

Some of the companies present at the forum will include, Indesa Holdings, Global Bank Corporation, Panama Power Holdings, Inc, Minera Panama, Saltos de Francolí and Grupo Melo.

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