Phase 2 of the Panama Exporta program announced

Economy

 

The objective of the program is to promote the export culture in the country based on the high quality of the products

The Ministers of Commerce and Industry, Augusto Arosemena, and of Agricultural Development, Eduardo Enrique Carles, announced the start of the second stage of the Panama Export Program.
The second part of the program consists of strengthening export capacities and providing technical assistance for access to international markets for companies in the agro-industrial, fishing and agricultural sectors.
The owners of the MICI and the MIDA also presented a balance on the results of the Program six months after its implementation, highlighting that, to date, with the country brand Panama Exports, ten companies have sent exports to the United States markets. , Switzerland, Germany, Arab Emirates, Dominican Republic, Holland, Italy and United Kingdom of items such as papaya, squash, pineapple, cobia, craft beer, watermelon and fish.
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