SUNTRACS affecting all sectors of economy

Labor

The paralysis of work in the construction sector has generated an unprecedented impact for the Panamanian economy. To date, it is estimated that the country has lost about $ 750 million of productive activity.

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Strike generates chain of economic losses
The construction companies, the transport sector, the food and food retail stores, as well as the distributors and marketers of construction materials, have experienced the effects of a strike that is now 25 days old.

Meanwhile, at the negotiation table maintained by the Panamanian Chamber of Construction (Capac) and the Single Trade Union of Construction Workers and the like (Suntracs) there is no agreement.

At the close of this edition, the parties were meeting, raising all possible scenarios to reach an understanding that could end the strike in the coming days.

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