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61. New Commission Installed to Oversee Construction
Panamanian President Martín Torrijos installed a new commission yesterday, tasked to verify the procedures for the approval of plans and permits for construction. The commission, formed by members of the Government and the construction sector, is tasked to promote construction in Panama, and to clarify Panama's national interests to Panamanian ...
62. New Inventory at Luzdecor
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Received via email: "Hi Don, I just received some fantastic exclusive high quality Italian Table Lamps, Hanging Fixtures, and Wall fixtures. These are no massed produced Chinese replicas. Only the best Italian materials are used including real authentic Murano Glass. See you Sunday at ...
63. Customer Referral for Mallas de Panama
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Received today via email: "Hello Don. Please post this on your site if allowed. I am a recent customer of Erik Hansen and his new screening that you wrote about. I had my entire home done by Eric. I had a full enclosure of ...
64. Part of Ave. Balboa Collapses Near Construction Site
By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Early this morning a large section of Avenida Balboa near Avenida Aquilino De La Guardia collapsed in front of the site where the Star Bay Tower is being constructed. Apparently construction workers broke a 16" water main that runs along Ave. Balboa in front ...
65. House Prices Have Increased In 20%
Those looking for a house today will have to face the new reality, a smaller and more expensive home. The price of a house or an apartment, within the middle class, has increased by 20% over the past eight years. There are several factors currently affecting the rising cost of ...
66. Construction Up 52% Compared To Last Year
By GILBERTO PÉREZ for La Estrella - From January to August 2008 investment in construction rose 52%, from $726.2 million to $1.143 billion dollars compared to the same time period of the previous year, according to the primary monthly economic indicators of the General Comptroller of the Republic. Numbers reported ...
67. Pedestrian Bridge In Albrook Costs $6 Million
The pedestrian bridge connecting the Metro station in Albrook with the Albrook Transport Terminal costs approximately $6 million. This is a stainless steel and concrete structure of 180 meters long and 8 meters wide, representing an estimated cost of approximately $4 thousand per square meter. The cost of this pedestrian ...
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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