Prince Andrew, Duke of York, visited PANAMA PACIFICO

His Royal Highness, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, who was on an official visit to Panama, visited Panama Pacifico, developed by London & Regional Panama.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Fuente: London & Regional Panamá

His Royal Highness, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, who was in the Republic of Panama on an official visit, stopped at Panama Pacífico, where he met with Henry Kardonski, Managing Director and JuliAnne Murphy, Marketing Director of London & Regional Panamá, Master Developer of this multiuse community located on the Banks of the Panama Canal.

Prince Andrew was accompanied by H.E. Richard Austen, United Kingdom Ambassador to Panama and by H.E. Gilberto Arias, Panamanian ambassador to the United Kingdom, who also admired the level of quality and the progress of this development and emphasized on the need to promote British investment within this Special Economic Area.

The fourth in line for the British crown, could appreciate the progress that has been made in the Panamerica Corporate Center (PCC), where the most modern logistics infrastructure are being built, the great highways that have been constructed fulfilling the highest global standards and the new Class-A office buildings located at the International Business Park (IBP), that now welcomes everyone.

The Duke of York described Panamá Pacífico as a unique place and was very pleased with the progress and quality that this development presents. Also commented, that Panamá Pacífico has the advantage of being located in the most strategic place and that it should be better used by more British companies, and that it was very important to promote de goodness of this Project.

At the end of his tour, Prince Andrew, unveiled a plaque that was made to commemorate his visit to Panamá Pacífico, where the world gathers.

Pressrelase of London & Regional Panamá
published by Juan McKay

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