U.S. Trade Mission in Panama

Logistics is the most attractive of the Panamanian economy to foreign investors. It is followed by banking, hospitality and construction.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

In July, some 100 American businessmen will visit Panama to look at potential investment opportunities. John B. Sosa, former president of the United States-Panama Business Council (USPA), confirmed that one of the most striking areas for American businessmen is the logistics and port sectors.

The logistics sector is the one that attracts entrepreneurs from around the world, confirmed Walter Luchsinger, president of the U.S. Panama Business Council (USPA).

Panama and the United States have had a very good business relationship for over 100 years and the recently ratified a TPC between the two countries made clear the benefit to both economies.

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