Urban development requiring $20 billion until 2035

Economy

The Ministry of Housing and Territorial Planning (Miviot) published in the Official Gazette the Urban Development Plan for the Pacific and Atlantic Metropolitan Areas (Panama-Colón), which suggests a state investment of $ 20 billion in infrastructure to face the growth urban until the year 2035.

Juan Manuel Vásquez , Vice Minister of Land Management, said that part of these investments are being made since 2015.

Meanwhile, María Chávez, president of the Urban Network of Panama, said that planning plans are often presented and in the end “urban chaos” reigns.

I am suspicious of the execution of an urban plan for Panama and Colon

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