News & Events

Amcham Panama Meets with U.S. Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy

Panama, August 16, 2018. The American Chamber of Commerce’s energy committee held a roundtable lunch with U.S. Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, Steven Winberg, to discuss Panama’s energy sector. During the meeting, members of the American Chamber of Commerce’s energy committee and Assistant Secretary Winberg spoke about the diversification of Panama’s power grid, the integration ...
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Chitre Outreach

Representatives from the U.S. Social Security Regional Office, located in San Jose, Costa Rica, will visit Panama to offer services and receive Foreign Enforcement Questionnaires (FEQ).   These services will be provided in Chitré and Panama City.  American Citizens Services staff will also be available to answer Panama-specific federal benefits questions. Additionally, a Consular Officer from ...
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Event – The International Book Fair 2018

Visit us at the International Book Fair from August 14 to 19 and celebrate with the world of comics. There are contests and information about our programs. Would you like to study in the USA? Visit the Education USA college fair on August 18 at the International Book Fair. Speak with representatives of prestigious universities ...
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The Panama Canal and U.S. Tenn-Tom Waterway Renew Alliance

Panama City, 7 August 2018.- The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority and the Panama Canal Authority renewed their Memorandum of Understanding at the Miraflores Locks, on the Pacific coast of the Panama Canal. The Panama Canal Authority Administrator, Jorge Luis Quijano, and the Governor of the State of Mississippi and chairman of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development ...
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Statement from the Press Secretary on Nicaragua

July 30, 2018. Washington D.C.-The United States strongly condemns the ongoing violence in Nicaragua and human rights abuses committed by the Ortega regime in response to protests. After years of fraudulent elections and the regime’s manipulation of Nicaraguan law – as well as the suppression of civil society, opposition parties, and independent media – the Nicaraguan ...
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