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The narrow nation of Panama will grow three times Latin America’s average of 3.1% this year, among the highest in the region; add in the canal expansion, what’s not to like?
According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, the travel and tourism sector made a direct investment of $666 billion into the economies of Latin America.
It wasn’t easy moving to Central America. It’s not easy to uproot your family just like that. You keep wondering – is this really worth
Guatemalan tourism had a bad year in 2011. Tourist spent less and the country saw less revenue from foreign exchange earnings, according to preliminary information
Panama’s recent political and social confrontation, along with an unsustainable increase in public spending could cause a revaluation of the country’s investment grade. President Martinelli