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Business Week Magazine reports on Panama

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Business Week recently published an article on Panama for Retirement.

The Business Week article recommends Panama for professionals on a moderate retirement income. Some years ago, Panama was attracting retirees on low budgets, but Panama today is no longer a low budget retirement destination. and one could argue it never was.

Panama also works well for professionals as it takes a certain degree of sophistication to navigate and enjoy the waters of a country like Panama.

 

 

     Panama’s president has declared his intention to make things easier for retirees who plan to move here, but we don’t know yet what that all means practically.

One thing that is clear, Pres. Martinelli, one of the countries foremost businessmen, is on the ball making many long overdue changes in a myriad of areas.

Therefore Panama will soon be on the radar not only for retirees but also for investors and businesses looking for a home office in the region.


It is significant that in this article, Business Week does not mention neighboring Costa Rica that was the first country to successfully attract foreign retirees.

Panama stands out by itself these days.


To read the full article, click on the article link:
http://bit.ly/I9ObO

OR: http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/09_28/b4139054352321.htm 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 July 2010 13:38  

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