As anyone in Panama can tell you, we are experiencing a rapid growth and shift both in terms of business and local culture. You can reap the benefits of this.
Once more of a rural setting, Panama has taken steps to become confidently indigenous, yet ambitiously metropolitan. The Panama Canal Expansion that was completed in June 2016 has more than doubled the amount of business that was previously experienced and Supertankers can carry as many as 14000 containers versus the previous maximum 5000 that could be transported through the canal bringing more business, jobs and revenue to the country. The completion of this initiative alone is enough to raise the eyebrows of any would-be investors. In addition you have the new Convention Center, Home Port Cruise Port Terminal, the New Panama Canal Bridge under construction, Cobre Copper Mines, Line 3 of the Metro and so much more which all possibly add value to existing properties as well as the many opportunities that exist in Panama.
It’s also worth noting that Panama is a very business-friendly country. In fact, many major companies have restructured their Latin American divisions and relocated them to Panama for its geographically and financially convenient location. Among the various companies that have done this are none other than the massive consumer goods company Procter & Gamble, Adidas, Grainger, Este Lauder, Samsung, as well as construction giant Caterpillar and so many others.
But why should you care? Well, there’s something to be said about some of the world’s most valuable companies focusing on and actively moving to Panama. To understand the dynamics of the growth occurring in Panama from the new metro with eight lines, the new conference center that can accommodate up to 25,000 people, the new cruise ship terminal, and so much more visit my blog at the Infrastructure Growth Article .
If you’re looking to invest in this booming country, contact me today, I will personally guide you through the process from beginning to end.