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Volume 14, Number 12
June 22 - July 6, 2008


business & economy

Also in this section:
Cinta Costera neighbors to pay for the project
Ngobe residents attack dam surveyors on Cerro Pelado
President's cousin protected by unprecedented gag order
Surfers lose their cottage to politically connected beachfront land grabber
ACP revises canal revenue predictions downward
Enhanced US tax penalty for renouncing citizenship
Another condo project collapses
Business & Economy Briefs
Law to legalize urban development abuses sparks middle class protests
Government buys farmers' crops, sells cheaper food
Martín meets with oil emir
US report slams Panama for human trafficking
Don Winner's finance columnist, gambling cheat
This cable spiderweb's legal
Aahhhh, the rains we needed!


business & economy

Also in this section:
Law to legalize urban development abuses sparks middle class protests
Government buys farmers' crops, sells cheaper food
Kiwanis Club replaces a rural school
Martín meets with oil emir
US report slams Panama for human trafficking
Rex Freeman, gambling cheat
This cable spiderweb's legal
Aahhhh, the rains we needed!
Business & Economy Briefs
Drought causing energy crisis
Foreign observers say economy may create political problems here
Campaign season public works
The Great Pyramid




We needed that

Not that it's going to save us from the government approving another electric rate increase, but rainy season has come, the reservoirs behind the nation's hydroelectric dams are full and crops are starting to grow.

And yes, as the soil has softened the bugs have emerged and begun their nightly aerial assaults.

Photo by Eric Jackson
















Also in this section:
Law to legalize urban development abuses sparks middle class protests
Government buys farmers' crops, sells cheaper food
Kiwanis Club replaces a rural school
Martín meets with oil emir
US report slams Panama for human trafficking
Rex Freeman, gambling cheat
This cable spiderweb's legal
Aahhhh, the rains we needed!
Business & Economy Briefs
Drought causing energy crisis
Foreign observers say economy may create political problems here
Campaign season public works
The Great Pyramid

News | Economy | Culture | Opinion | Lifestyle | Science | Outdoors
Noticias | Opiniones | Calendar | Archive | Unclassified Ads | Home

Make the Executive Hotel your headquarters in Panama City --- http://ww.executivehotel-panama.com
Find the boat of your dreams through Evermarine ---
http://www.evermarine.com

 


Also in this section:
Cinta Costera neighbors to pay for the project
Ngobe residents attack dam surveyors on Cerro Pelado
President's cousin protected by unprecedented gag order
Surfers lose their cottage to politically connected beachfront land grabber
ACP revises canal revenue predictions downward
Enhanced US tax penalty for renouncing citizenship
Another condo project collapses
Business & Economy Briefs
Law to legalize urban development abuses sparks middle class protests
Government buys farmers' crops, sells cheaper food
Martín meets with oil emir
US report slams Panama for human trafficking
Don Winner's finance columnist, gambling cheat
This cable spiderweb's legal
Aahhhh, the rains we needed!

News | Economy | Culture | Opinion | Lifestyle | Science | Outdoors
Noticias | Opiniones | Calendar | Archive | Unclassified Ads | Home

Make the Executive Hotel your headquarters in Panama City --- http://ww.executivehotel-panama.com
Find the boat of your dreams through Evermarine ---
http://www.evermarine.com

 

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