Rules for International Tourism Promotion

The Varela administration has approved the regulation of the International Tourism Promotion Fund, which defines how resources can be used to attract more tourists to Panama.

Friday, August 24, 2018

From a statement issued by presidency of Panama:

The President of the Republic, Juan Carlos Varela, signed on Thursday, August 23, the internal regulations on the International Tourism Promotion Fund, which gives the country a financial structure that will facilitate policies and projects to attract more tourists to the country.

The signing was undertaken within the framework of the swearing in of the board of directors and of the executive director of the Fund, Liriola Pitti, on the part of its president, the businessman Fernando Duque, who, in turn, was sworn in by the President of the Republic.

Read full statement (in Spanish).

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