Martinelli Seeks Alliances with Entrepreneurs

Private companies from Conep, the Council of Private Enterprises, had a meeting with president Ricardo Martinelli to develop plans together.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009


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After formalizing a public-private alliance with the business sector, Martinelli said: "Now you have a direct line to communicate with us and contribute in solving all those problems."

"As part of this process of having closer ties to businesses, Martinelli promised that his administration will work to achieve the ratification of the Treaty of Commercial Promotion with United States, and guarantee the level of investment for Panama", published newspaper "Pueblo en Línea", in its website.

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