25,000 jobs lost with Panama tourism in critical state

25,000 jobs lost with  Panama tourism in critical state
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PANAMA tourism  is in a crucial state with 25,000 jobs  lost within the last 2 yrs  and businesses closing says The Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and industries,

Despite the recognition of its importance in the development of the national country, the “The tourism industry slowdown  is evidenced in the increased loss of jobs  with a primary effect on the management of  products of the sector which have in a few full cases, had  to get rid of their activities and in   others  reduce them severely  with the closing of several companies focused on various related fields” a Sunday September 23 statement said.

According to the Chamber, with the construction of the Amador Convention Center, it’s important to go forward with the ratification of the contract of the administrator who’ll maintain its operations, in order that the nominee can take part in the making of decisions for the start-up of this important work.

“To cover these along with other aspects, it is very important formalize &nbsp extremely;the Mixed Fund destined to your international promotion, the creation of its&nbsp especially;legal structure and the allocation of the required financial funds, and prevent delays which are detrimental to ongoing projects and plans thereby,” the business said

ITt remarked that the marketing campaign to market Panama as a tourist destination abroad leads to November of the year, and  a demand tenders for next season “have not yet been

Made , which may mean losing strength and continuity in the corresponding channels and platforms “.

The Chamber insisted on the necessity to boost tourism being an activity of the country’s development through its multiplier effect in every regions of the &nbsp practically;Panamanian economy.

“The private sector, generally, has been involved with supporting the strengthening of tourism but, it’s important to take these decisions and actions to empower tourism as a strategic factor of our collective progress and well-being,” says the Camber.

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