After many months of lobbying and complying with new regulations
suggested by The Financial Action Task Force (on Money Laundering)
(FATF), finally Panama is off of the grey list. This means that our
country is back in business to carry out regular commercial
activity without been censured by this organization. This bring a
complete new scenario for Panama in achieving international
recognition in transparency, towards investment by foreign
companies looking to do business in the country, with the highest
growth in the region. Hopefully other international organizations
will take in account the great effort that Panama is doing to be
approved by this organization worldwide. The effort has been huge
by Panama and the results even huger. Viva Panama!!! This article
was written by Marco Williams. Source La Prensa Panama.
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