VR Business begins operations in Panama

VR Business Brokers, a multinational consulting company dedicated to the purchase, sale and appraisal of companies, starting its operation in Panama yesterday.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Pa-digital.com.pa reports: "This company began operations yesterday in Panama, and according to Adolfo Bustamente, director of the Bustamante Group, which is associated with VR Business, the main focus will be the sale of companies valued at between 1 and 500 million dollars, although they are not casting small companies aside."

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