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1. Is It Wise to Invest in Teak?
In a message dated 11/20/2004 11:50:00 PM SA Pacific Standard Time, akospm@pro...(snip) writes: IL recommends United Nature for teak investment to get a visa. This method would work well with me but after the McMurrain scandal I'm worried about trusting anyone. Does anybody have any good experience with teak in ...
2. Prime Forestry Bankrupt
By Tony Hetherington: FINANCIAL Mail readers were warned against it. Investment watchdogs in a dozen countries issued public alerts about it. But still the president of Panama cosied up to Prime Forestry, a shady Swiss company that claimed to offer 14% annual returns to anyone who put their savings into ...
3. Futuro Forestal - Balancing Nature and Business
Futuro Forestal is a private German-Panamanian Reforestation and Forest Services Company that has spent the last 11 years developing and refining an innovative investment model based on ecologically and socially sustainable reforestation in the tropics. Futuro Forestal offers investors the chance to own a forest that produces high yield, fine ...
4. A Couple Of Days In The Interior - ...
#Panama - By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - I spent Friday and Saturday last week with Jeff Duda, the President of Panama Teak Forestry, looking at some of their plantations, installations, and facilities in the interior. Jeff's been quietly building his plantation teak business in Panama over the past ten ...
5. Getting A Residency Visa by Investing in Reforestation...
There's still another way to legally obtain your residency visa -- by investing $40,000 is a recognized and authorized reforestation program. There are many things to consider before going down this road, however...
6. Obtaining A "Reforestation Visa" Through Panama Teak Forestry
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - I've recently published several articles and posted videos to YouTube about investing in plantation teak in Panama, specifically with Panama Teak Forestry. When I published this article - Ten Good Reasons To Invest in Panama Teak Forestry - I immediately started to receive questions ...
7. Ten Good Reasons To Invest in Panama Teak ...
#Panama - By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - There are a lot of good reasons to invest in Panama Teak Forestry - an established company producing plantation teak in the Republic of Panama. They have a confidence inspiring managerial staff, led by my personal friend - company president Jeff Duda. ...
8. Firm seeks investors for Panama forest
By Caitrýona McBride: Green Belt manages 160,000 acres of forestry across Ireland and plants more than 10,000 acres of new forests each year. Its customers include Irish farmers and private and institutional investors. Maurice Ryan, managing director of Green Belt, said Panama was chosen for its political stability and climate. ...
9. Invest In A Teak Plantation in Panama - ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - In today's rough economical waters many investors are sitting on the sidelines, afraid. If you're looking for a safe and stable long term investment, consider teak. The trees in our plantations continue to grow steadily, impervious to market swings, currency fluctuations, or other outside ...
10. Panama Timber 2013 - An Investment Opportunity You ...
We invite you to enjoy Panama’s incredible summer, while attending a one-shot opportunity of a lifetime. Panama Teak Forestry will be holding the Panama Timber 2013 Conference on Friday, January 18th at 6:00 p.m., at the Veneto Wyndham Grand Hotel and Casino, followed by a weekend tour of plantations and ...
11. First Carbon-Scrubbing Forestry Projects Certified
Source: GreenBiz.com PANAMA and CHINA, Mar. 30, 2007 -- Two reforestation projects, intended to improve the immediate ecosystem as well as fight climate change, have received the first certification under comprehensive new standards launched by the Climate, Community & Biodiversity Alliance. The projects, on Panama's Pacific Coast and in Tengchong, ...
12. Responsible forestry in Panama
Darien, Panama – A milestone in the history of forest conservation has been marked in the dense tropical rainforests of Panama’s eastern Darien region. As part of a sustainable forest management and trade project coordinated by WWF, the region’s first sustainable harvesting plan has been launched, ensuring that forest areas ...
13. Couple to Talk About Rainforest Research
By Susan Whitney for the Deseret Morning News - Fifteen years ago, Phyllis Coley and her husband, Thomas Kursar, decided they had a moral obligation to save the rainforests of Panama. But they realize now that they were quite naive. They were (and are) biologists at the University of Utah, ...
14. True or False: Trees
(CNN) -- True or False: More carbon dioxide is good news for trees as it will boost growth levels. The answer is: FALSE Trees evidently need carbon dioxide (CO2) to survive, and in some cases plant life can benefit from increased CO2, but over time more CO2 does not necessarily ...
15. Teak Trees in Panama (Thankfully) Can't Read The ...
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - I've been reading the news headlines out of Washington DC this morning. It seems the members of the "super committee" have agreed to disagree. And since they could not come to an agreement then $1.2 trillion dollars in automatic cuts will be triggered. This ...
16. Panama Teak Forestry - Sustainable Tropical Timber and ...
Panama Teak Forestry a sustainable tropical timber and teak investment company that has been growing for more than 7 years in Panama. The company is focused on maximizing investment yield in a sustainable way from a long-term, whole land management perspective. This year Panama Teak Forestry is adding a mill ...
17. Everyone invited 2013 Panama Teak Forestry annual meeting
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - The 2013 annual shareholders meeting will take place during the weekend of 18 - 20 January 2013. This year's meeting will focus on the growth of Panama Teak Forestry going forward, the timber, processing, trading and extraction partnerships we are establishing so that we ...
18. Panama Teak Forestry 2012 Annual Shareholder's Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Panama Teak Forestry's 2012 Annual Shareholder's meeting. The 2012 shareholders meeting will take place during the weekend of 27 to 29 January 2012. This year's meeting will focus on the growth of Panama Teak Forestry going forward. We will be looking at how to best ...
Current Tides for BalboaClick Here for a very nice real-time visual representation of the current tides at Balboa, near the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. The small "cross" marks the current tide level.
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