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121. Two Small Earthquakes Yesterday
(Source: La Prensa) Two small earthquakes, both 4.1 degrees on the Richter scale, shook the Panama yesterday. One was near the border with Costa Rica and the other near Colombia. Neither caused injuries or material damage according to official sources. The National System of Civil Defense (Sinaproc) said in a ...
122. GANTRAP Expects Increase of $50 Million in Revenue
The Non-Traditional Exporters Group of Panama (GANTRAP) drew up its projections for the next period of export 2006-2007 in which it hoped to increase the number of planted hectares 14%, from 10,500 to 12,000. With the increase of planted areas, the value of exports of 12 nontraditional products would increase ...
123. Mega-Port Construction Bidding Process Starting
Rogelio Orillac, Ports Director of the Panamanian Maritime Authority announced that the process of accepting bids to build the Farfan Mega-port will begin on 2 May, 2006. Orillac is responsible for the pre-qualification of companies that wish to participate in the bidding, and the details of the bidding process will ...
124. Panama Has The Highest Incidence in Snakebites in ...
The snakebite suffered by the Minister of Agricultural Development, Oscar Osorio, who is still in intensive care, reawakened among the scientists in charge of studying the behavior of snakes the need of establishing a Research Center on Snakes to extract the antidote. The issue has been set since April 2005, ...
125. Coclé Tourism Cluster Working to Improve Services
(Source: Raúl A. Bernal for Prensa) To hit different beaches, to take advantage of an ample range of cultural attractions, to explore the natural treasures of the second province of the country or experience life aboard a shrimp fishing boat are just a few of the experiences the tourism sector ...
126. Living An Authentic Life
What do I want to do with my life? This is the hardest question to answer, yet it is the most important answer in any person’s life. This question is commonly phrased, “What should I do with my life?” It is generally answered in the voices of your family, teachers ...
127. Starting a Business in Panama
By Steven Rich: Hundreds of foreigners residing here are starting up new businesses in Panama every year. Panama offers many opportunities for business entrepreneurs. You can start a bar, restaurant, retail shop, hotel, bed & breakfast, provide tour-guides or professional services. Maybe you are thinking about opening a new business ...
128. Suspending Operation of Stanford Bank
by Diego Quijano email@example.com as translated by google.com and edit by BigMike - The allegations of the U.S. Securities Commission (SEC) accused multimillionaire Robert Allen Stanford for alleged fraud worth $ 8 billion dollars. He owned Stanford Financial Group, which in turn owns the Stanford Bank. This action led local ...
129. Living with Pirates
Modern day pirates can be found all over the world, but on Taboga they easily drop their guard for an ice-cold beer.
130. Booming Economy Will Stimulate Migration to Panama
(Source: Panama America) The projects that will be constructed in Panama in the next few years will stimulate foreign migration according to the consultant company Indesa. Their study indicated that mega-projects such as the plan to expand the Panama Canal, to build the mega-port or to expand activities at Howard ...
131. World Economic Council Ratings 2010 - Panama
Panama improves its country ranking but education is one principal factor detracting from overall score. In the 2010 country rankings by the World Economic Council of Global Competiveness, Panama was ranked 53 out of 139 countries ranked. The positive was this was a jump of 6 places from the 2009 ...
132. 2nd Annual American Society El Valle St. Patrick's ...
The American Society in Panama has it’s 2nd Annual St. Patrick’s Picnic slated for Saturday 19th March 2005 and again it will be held at "Los Capitanes Hotel" grounds in El Valle de Anton. Please reserve the 19th March for a fun filled day in El Valle de Anton.
133. International Living Pumping Panama on MSN
International Living put this out on MSN today in their money section.
134. Offshore Accounts
By Tom Rowley for Panama-Guide.com - IRS warnings and misinformation about Offshore Accounts. Every year about the beginning of February, sometimes earlier, the IRS begins its publicity campaign to remind taxpayers to file their required ‘voluntary’ forms and to further remind them of the risks and penalties of failing to ...
135. Wll Zoomba Be Back?
After two long years of great music, events and partying, Zoomba is closing its doors with two great Halloween parties, October 29th and 30th.
136. Immigration Fraud & Scams
People who are going through the immigration process are considerd to be easy marks for unscrupulous lawyers, cheats, and swindlers. And, they rarely report the crimes for fear of being deported.
137. Restaurant Review: Tinajas
After years of not going to Tinajas Restaurant in Panama City — thinking it was too touristy — I thought again!
138. Welcome To Panama Guide!
Welcome to Panama-guide.com -- Panama Guide.com started off as a non-profit, volunteer project operated and managed by a group of friends who, combined, have literally hundreds of years of experience living and working in the Republic of Panama as expatriates. Our mission is to provide accurate and timely information, resources, ...
139. Latest Link Swapper - Dixon Hamby
Please welcome aboard the most recent link swapper - Dixon Hamby, a wonderful photographer who specializes in travel and music photos.
140. Exedra Books Presents Sandra Snyder: Living in Panama ...
Exedra Books requests the pleasure of your company: Presentation of Author of book Living in Panama
141. Panama New Real Estate Tax Exemptions and Revised ...
Juan Ramon Vallarino, thanks for giving us this information. I hope I do not confuse our members more than they already are. Thanks, charly
142. very loud semi trucks
I have lived here in Panama for over seven years, and we love it. We typically live in our cabin in Bocas del Toro where it is very peaceful. On several occasions (and now) we have lived near main arteries like the Interamericas Highway. Unfortunately, there are many large trucks ...
143. AllinLatino.com Presents the Poker Panama VIP Invitational
By Jason Biffis for Panama-Guide.com - Allinlatino.com presents the weekly PokerPanama.com VIP Invitational at the Fiesta Casino, Hotel El Panama, Wednesday April 22nd at 7:30 pm. This tournament is by invitation only for the Who's Who in Panama Poker. This invitational tournament will be THE weekly tournament for the serious ...
144. What to do about the overpopulation of dogs ...
It’s not really known how large the stray cat and dog population in Panamá is, or the rate of growth. However it is obvious that it exists. One can tell by the dogs sacrificed to traffic on the side of the Highway. One can also tell by the number of ...
145. New Hotel in Boquete
"Ideally located only a few minutes from downtown Boquete, the Oasis Hotel has charming and relaxing accommodations. This pleasant riverside hotel is situated next to the Caldera River, not far from the Boquete fairgrounds and offers attractive and scenic surroundings, as well as a centrally located base for your Chiriqui ...
146. The New Bridge Might Open in June
From La Prensa and according to the Minister of Public Works, the new Centennial Bridge over the Panama Canal might be opened as soon as the end of June 2005. Carlos Vallarino blamed the previous administration for having built the bridge but not completing the access roads. Panama spent $103.9 ...
Four years later, Woodstock comes back to life...
148. What Makes You Happy?
"Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get." ~ Dave Gardner "The purpose of life is the expansion of happiness." ~ Maharishi Mahesh Yogi "I've learned from experience that the greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions and not on our circumstances." ...
149. An ExPat Editorial on Patriot Days in Panamá
Tom Rowley for Panama-Guide.com - Often lost in all the celebrations and parades and beautiful polleras and the joy of the school kids who have a holiday and the adults who get to spend four days at the beach or in the interior, are the realities of what occurred between ...
150. PRICE DUO performs in National Theater
Panama’s National Institute of Culture, the United States Embassy, and the Música Viva Association of Panama present the PRICE DUO in concert in the National Theater Thursday, June 9, 2005. The performance will begin at 8:00 pm. Tickets are available for $10.00 at the theater. The proceeds will benefit the ...
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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