City of Panama. The Panamanian government and the state of Missouri (United States) signed a bilateral trade agreement involving an exchange of goods and services in the order of US $ 200 million over the next 5 years.
The agreement involves an exchange of goods and services over the next 5 years.
“This agreement of US $ 200 million Panama is further proof that our focus on emerging economies can expand exports Missouri worldwide, support the growth of our economy and create good jobs,” the governor of Missouri said Jay Nixon.
The agreement came in the framework of the twentieth anniversary of the Partnership Programme between the State of Missouri and Panama.
Meanwhile Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela said: “We are here not only to celebrate this Alliance Program but also to renew our commitment to this great initiative which, since 1996, has served as a bridge to bring Panama and the United States of America through the exchange of experiences, best practices and technical assistance on security and intelligence, institutional strengthening, response to natural disasters and humanitarian issues “
The president said that has been achieved during this period synergies and other mechanisms for effective coordination in a number of key areas for human development.
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