February 4, 2023
  • 4:02 am COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER PANAMA
  • 4:24 am WORKING GROUP MAKES SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS ON MODIFICATIONS TO GENERAL MERCHANT MARINE LAW
  • 3:39 am Panama National Day – Separation from Colombia
  • 7:32 am Lloyd’s Register – Hong Kong Technical Committee Meeting
  • 3:50 am Seminar “Panama – A Land Beyond Expectations”
  • 3:32 am The 27th Macao International Trade and Investment Fair, Latin American Pavilion
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The revision of Law 57 of 6 August 2008 General Merchant Marine, one of the pillar projects of the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) current administration, is progressing steadily through a working group composed of various stakeholders in the maritime sector and facilitated by the University of Panama’s Inter-American School of Social Dialogue and Tripartism (EI-DiSTReC), […]

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Panama is located in the world’s intersection. Its geographical advantage makes the Panama Canal one of the main transportation arteries and seven wonders of the modern world. Panama’s tropical climate and rich natural resources nurture various tropical animals and plants, attracting a huge number of tourists and business opportunities. This year, Panama is ranked as […]

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Consul General of Panama Jaime Andres Campuzano and Chief of Segumar’s Hong Kong Office Engineer Rolando Hernandez gathered together with editor Mike Grinter of The Hong Kong Maritime Hub for an interview about Panama Ship Registry, Seafarers’ welfare and much more. Read the interview on The Port of Hong Kong Handbook & Directory 2022

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All restrictions or requirements around COVID-19 has been lifted. No need to present negative test result, vaccination scheme or declaration form To know more, visit www.tourismpanama.com

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As of September 12, 2022, for a period of three (3) months. The National Migration Service informs its users and publishes in general the new provisions established by Executive Decree No. 86 of September 9, 2022. The Decree exempts Cuban citizens traveling to Cuba from the requirement to obtain a passenger or crew visa; also […]

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The Panama Ship Registry has grown in tonnage by 9.6%, adding 20.4M GT between July 2019 when the current administration took over, and July 2022 (as of today) with a total tonnage of 239.4M GT. The Panamanian fleet is composed of 8,587 vessels at July 2022, according to IHS Markit.

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A partir del 1 de agosto de 2022, los certificados con formato amarillo quedaran obsoletos.

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Nineteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties | CITES | COP 19 to be hosted in Panama from 14 to 25 of November

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“Panama has long been a critical link between continents, helping Latin America to bridge north and south – just as our New Economy platform is working to do. We look forward to hosting discussions there with senior business and government leaders that will help shape a more modern global economy.”

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