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    National Panamanian News

    The Panama games 2022

    The Panama games 2022

    The Central American and Caribbean Sports Organization (Odecabe) has asked Panama to send and update on the organization of the Central American and Caribbean Games.

    Over 7 million loss from blackout

    Over 7 million loss from blackout

    According from information from the Center for Economic Studies of the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama Sunday’s six hour blackout could leave a loss of $7.8 million.

    Blackout affects Central America

    Blackout affects Central America

    Were you without Power January 20th? Well, apparently you were not alone! A blackout affected several countries in Central America including Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Guatemala.

    Finance Ministry anticipates WYD profits

    Finance Ministry anticipates WYD profits

    The Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) anticipates multimillion dollar profits for Panama from World Youth Day (WYD) taking place from January 22nd to January 27th 2019.

    The Parade of a Thousand Polleras 2019

    The Parade of a Thousand Polleras 2019

    Las Mil Polleras, is an annual parade that takes to the street of Las Tablas in the month of January. This year the 9th edition of the event took place January 12th 2019.

    Bloomberg on First Quantum in Panama

    Bloomberg on First Quantum in Panama

    As the Canadian copper company First Quantum Minerals Ltd. gears up for their new project, Cobre Panama, Bloomberg weighs in, saying bondholders should benefit.

    Were there ancient divers in Panama?

    Were there ancient divers in Panama?

    After the examination of an ancient skull from a Pre-Columbian burial ground, bioarchaeologists believe Panama’s Pacific coast may have been home to a group of ancient male divers.

    Merca Panama now open

    Merca Panama now open

    As of today, Wednesday, January 2, Merca Panama began operations on vía Cincuentenario,, after the Government of Panama ordered the definitive closure of the Central Agricultural Market of Curundú.

    3-day public office closure

    3-day public office closure

    The Panamanian government has ordered the closure of public offices from noon on Wednesday 23 and until Friday 25 January 2019 in the districts of Panama and San Miguelito for World Youth Day (WYD).

    Young American drowned in Pedasí

     Young American drowned in Pedasí

    Gregory Johan Schreiber, 26, a native of Florida, lost his life by immersion on the afternoon of this Sunday, December 30, on the coast of the district of Pedasí, province of Los Santos

    Arosemena resigns as Minister of Commerce

    Arosemena resigns as Minister of Commerce

    Starting next December 31, the Ministry of Commerce and Industries will have a new minister, after Augusto Arosemena resigned his post to pursue his career in the private sector.

    DGI extends hours for tax payment

    DGI extends hours for tax payment

    The Directorate General of Revenues (DGI) has issued an extension, announcing that their facilities will be open to taxpayers until January 4th 2019.

    $7.3 million for imported rice

    $7.3 million for  imported rice

    Between January 1 and March 30, 2019, 140,543 quintals of piled rice and 263,538 quintals of the US husked grain will enter the country.