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By Nicole Perez
Panamá aprueba Ley sobre Protección de Datos Personales
By Nicole Perez
Even as a novelty, our legislation establishes five working days as a term for the modification of data that are erroneous, inaccurate, misleading or incomplete.
By CLD Legal
Our country is ranked number four in the "Best in Travel 2019: the 10 best countries" ranking.
By CLD Legal
Venezuelans will be able to request stamped visas from Panama for their relatives in Venezuela.
By CLD Legal
The objective of building this agenda is to enhance the efficiency of regional public investment and a greater participation of private investments.
By CLD Legal
Panama will present the advances of the Panama 4.0 Digital Agenda, and will analyze global aspects such as the digital transformation of governments.
By CLD Legal
The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) will move its office from the Americas to Panama as part of a regionalization process that has begun.
By CLD Legal
With $ 217,000, NASA will finance the development of the Panamanian proposal to develop a "Forest Information and Management System".
By CLD Legal
The need to adapt to future changes in the local banking sector is the main reason why more and more banks value the need to modernize their way of doing business in Panama.
By CLD Legal
Panama places its logistics platform at the disposal of Latin America and the Caribbean, to guarantee a coordinated, rapid and effective response in case of disasters.
By CLD Legal
Panama has strengthened its technological platform to exchange timely and effective information among national authorities for the identification and freezing of assets, values ​​and assets of natural and legal persons.
By Ricardo Cambra
Last year I wrote an article related to tax residence in Panama. On such article I mentioned that the OECD would be closing loopholes and forcing countries and subsequently Banks, to do more due diligence on their clients ...
By Ricardo Cambra
The Republic of Panama has created new comprehensive incentives in order to attract multinational companies to establish offices, branches and / or affiliates in Panama.
By Ricardo Cambra
This is a topic that is not common to hear in Latin American countries, but has taken an unusual boom in recent times, due to technological advances and digital issues that the whole world has had.
By Ricardo Cambra
In October 2016, the Panamanian government adopted new regulations to comply with the international commitments regarding corporate and fiscal transparency.