Panama's economy grew by 5.9% in...
Panama's newly issued benchmark sovereign paper...
Panama has offered $980 million of...
Panamanian investment bank, Grupo Banistmo, says...
Panama has filed with the U.S....
The Panamanian economy expanded by 6.2%...
Panama wants to double its tourism industry revenues in five years. Better organization will be needed to make that plan attainable.
Panama turned to the international markets to pre-finance spending for 2005. But when it's time to raise more money, it will stay closer to home.
Panama's free trade zone is a success, but it needs to invest more to improve infrastructure and security. Nobody is sure where the money will come from.
Although more Panamanian companies are eyeing local capital markets for financing, foreign issuers still dominate the landscape.
Panama City gained prominence as Latin America's premier offshore banking center, but it's not the only game in town anymore.
Although Panama is tantalizingly close to attaining investment-grade status, an upgrade may elude the country for some time yet.
For 91 years, the Panama Canal has virtually defined the country. Now a debate is underway over a $10 billion plan to widen the waterway so it can take bigger ships.
Jun 4 - 5, 2013 | The Westin, Lima, Peru
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Jul 16 - 17, 2013 | Sheraton on the Park, Sydney, Australia
An in depth look at the rapidly evolving state of the Latin America Australia investment...
Sep 10 - 11, 2013 | Westin Beijing Chaoyang, Beijing, China
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Sep 13, 2013 | Shilla Hotel, Seoul, Korea
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How busy will LatAm global-local currency debt issuance be this year?
More than 1 deal/month
1-2 deals all year
"[While] it’s good to build more infrastructure and increase investment, you have to be conscious about the macro effects of too big an increase in domestic demand, including of course public expenditure."
Julio Velarde, Peru central bank
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