Welcome to PanamaNowOnline

Greetings to New Visitors-
My name is James Bryson and I’d like to welcome you to PanamaNowOnline.
A transplanted ex-pat by way of Bannockburn, Illinois, we came to Panama in the summer of 2001 to start our retirement.

Over the past 17 years we have experienced first hand both the positives and negatives of settling down in a foreign country.

We have been living full time in Panama City for the past few years now,visiting areas all the way from Boquete to Chiriqui.

PanamaNow will allow us to create specific blog lines and chat sessions to cover a wide variety of topics.

From area of travel interests, legal issues and tax clarity, local politics, and upcoming special events.

The Republic of Panama has been enjoyable, yet those with a limited understanding of both the speed and reliability of processes considered easily transparent in the US are often met with a rude awakening.

If information delivered and shared on PanamaNow can prevent these from occurring, then the time allocated to operate it becomes realized.

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Economy
The National Assembly got who they wanted, now let’s see how he does.

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Editorial Contribution
El Nuevo Patron.

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"JB"
I was in Cuba in 2016 and it was a dump. Never saw THIS type of place.

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