According to Minister of Trade and Industry, Meliton Arrocha, the company seeks to improve service logistics solutions in the region, which has more than 500 employees and generate more than 200 direct and indirect job positions hundreds.
He said that Huawei expects a supply of materials and equivalent to 20 million computers in the remainder of the current year and 160 million by 2016, with the import, export, equipment, packing, loading and testing of software to take place in this modern center.
He added that these figures represent an annual growth of about 20 percent, while the new headquarters is the sixth in the world and second in Latin America that opens the Chinese company.
For his part, President Juan Carlos Varela stressed that this event reaffirms Panama’s strategic position and climate of economic stability, which attracts foreign direct investment to the country.
He said that this project complements the plan of development of the Caribbean province of Colon, which should start its implementation the coming 12th, with a direct benefit for the population.
Now in its second phase of debate in Parliament, the initiative aims to promote a prosperous, dynamic and successful colon through a legal platform to create jobs, encourage private investment, tourism, cultural and infrastructure development under a system Special sustainable.
Prior to this new distribution center, Huawei established in Panama in 2011 its regional headquarters for Central America and the Caribbean, through the regime of Multinational Corporations.
Huawei has extensive experience and global recognition, while specializing in the design and development of telecommunications equipment in the field of information and communications technology.
According to the Comptroller General of the Republic, foreign direct investment in the country increased by 34 percent, recording more than a thousand 705 million dollars during the first quarter of this year.
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