Panama’s financial stability attracts US investors

All the undersea fiber optic cables in that region run through the banks of the Panama Canal, which benefits from the neutrality agreement, and an ecosystem has formed of several companies that have moved to Panama and have the opportunity to become part of the digital hub of Latin America.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In recent days, two U.S. giants have announced significant acquisitions in the Republic of Panama at a crucial time for the country's economy.

On September 14, AES Corporation announced a 49.9% stake in AES Colon from Inversiones Bahia, Ltd. of the Motta Group, becoming 100% owner of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) project.

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And a day later, on September 15, Liberty Latin America, through its subsidiary Cable & Wireless Panama S.A., announced . . .

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