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Panama City Home Rentals

Panama City Home Rentals In deciding to go on vacation to one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations, you will have a variety of accommodation choices. These choices vary from the hotels and resorts to apartments and houses, that one...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 29, 2009

Investing In Panama Real Estate

Investing in Panama Real Estate Many forms of media present the fact that Panama has boomed and the real estate market is over saturated, this may be the case in certain areas, but not in all. As well as the fact that traditionally following a reside...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 29, 2009

Countryside Alliance

Bilateral Talks precede Pathways to Prosperity in Americas Meeting Panama’s President Torrijos and US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice are scheduled for bilateral talks to discuss issues of common interest between the two countries. The Ministeri...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 29, 2009

Panama Economy

The History of Panama Panama’s history has largely been affected by the country’s strategic position in Central America between the Caribbean and Pacific Oceans. Not only did the country have its formative years shaped by the Spanish expl...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 28, 2009

Red Frog Island

Red Frog Island, Panama The weather in Panama is quite unpredictable at the best of times, especially more so in the long term. However one can prepare accordingly by taking the rainy season into consideration. One thing is certain is that although m...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 28, 2009

Panama Incorporation

El Golfo de Montijo Golfo de Montijo is a protected marine area which was designated as such in July of 1994, in the Ramsar Convention. The total area under protection is 566.91km2. It is of particular relevance to many migratory species of marine bi...

Casco Viejo Panama

Panama Authorities stay true to the ‘Old Town’ Construction on a residential project in Panama’s Casco Viejo has been halted by authorities, whilst an investigation into the improper approval of the project is undertaken. The Direct...

Pottery Artifacts

Ancient Artifacts to be returned to Panama Artifacts believed to be worth more than $50,000 and almost 1,000 years old have been recovered from the widow of an Oregon man, who passed away in 2004. The man believed to be a teacher in Panama took the a...

Panama key in French Companies Operations

Panama key in French Companies Operations Panama has been chosen by several French companies as their regional base and headquarters for the Latin America region. Companies that have set up base in Panama include cosmetics giant L’Oreal, pharma...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 25, 2009

Sustainable Aquaculture

Latin America and Caribbean Lead In Aquaculture Development Marine resources are over exploited across the world. In Panama alone the white shrimp, sharks, marine snails, sea slugs and manta ray are the most over-fished species. Even the sea turtles,...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 25, 2009

Panama Farming

Panama’s Agriculture under pressure The global financial situation has affected the levels of Panama’s export markets displaying less demand; however the agricultural sectors exports were not affected by the financial crisis, but rather due to hi...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 25, 2009

Coiba National Park

Coiba National Park Law Enacted A victory for the conservationists has recently been obtained after months of arguing, fighting and debating the future and protection of Coiba National Park, which incorporates a large marine area under its protected...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 25, 2009

Bocas Del Toro

Bocas a short flight from Panama City Air Panama has recently introduced a new Saab 340 two-engine turboprop aircraft between Panama City and Bocas. The flight takes approximately 30 minutes and is offered three times per day, due to the increased de...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 22, 2009

Deadly Fungus Threatens Frogs

Deadly Fungus Threatens Frogs A fungus, known as the chytrid fungus, has been blamed for wiping out a number of frogs and amphibian species. As a result of the fast spreading fungus an initiative has been established, known as the Amphibian Rescue an...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 22, 2009

Value in Panama Houses

Value in Panama Houses Panama has undergone major changes in recent years and provides investors and residents value added real estate and related investment opportunities by virtue of ongoing projects and incentives within Panama. The real estate ma...
by Panama Real Estate Blog on May 22, 2009

Jaguar on Barro Colorado

Jaguar on Barro Colorado A recent infra red motion camera detected the presence of the elusive Jaguar on the island of Barro Colorado, Panama. Zoologist couple Jackie and Greg Willis mounted the infra red motion camera in April as part of the annual...

Panama Canals old Mindi to be replaced

Panama Canals old Mindi to be replaced   The historic dredge, Mindi, is set to be replaced by a new and more efficient dredging model, to be manufactured in the Netherlands. The ACP has awarded a $95.92 million contract to IHV Beaver Dredgers B.V. f...


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