Panama: Government Plan 2010-2014

The 5 year plan includes Social and Economic strategies, Financial Planning and Public Investment Plan.

Monday, January 18, 2010

This plan is an important document for domestic and foreign investors, as it outlines what initiatives the government will undertake in the various areas that affect the country's progress.

According to the document, "President Martinelli and his cabinet intend to establish Panama as the 'Hub of the Americas'". For such goal, his administration has set forth a number of objectives, including:
-Prioritize investment in those sectors where the country benefits from competitive advantages.
-Promote opportunities in less developed areas, in order to improve distribution of wealth.
-Strengthen government institutions and their connections with the private sector.



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