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2018/10/03 14:21:06
  • Minería Panamá
  • Patronal empresarial panameña preocupada por fallo del Supremo sobre minería

    Editor

    La Cámara de Comercio, Industrias y Agricultura de Panamá teme por las consecuencias que tendrá para la seguridad jurídica del país un fallo del Supremo panameño contra una Ley que avaló una concesión minera hace 20 años, que puede afectar un megaproyecto minero de cobre de más de 6.300 millones de dólares

2018/10/03 14:15:34
  • Minería Panamá
  • Panamanian business employers show concern about Supreme Court ruling on mining

    Editor

    The Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama show concern about the consequences of a ruling issued by the Panamanian Supreme Court against a Law that guaranteed a mining concession 20 years ago for the legal security of the country, which can affect a copper mining megaproject of more than 6.3 billion dollars

2018/09/29 19:27:20
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2018/09/25 14:13:54
  • Minería
  • ONG dice fallo judicial anula concesión minera otorgada en 1997 en Panamá

    Editor

    El Centro de Incidencia Ambiental (CIAM), una asociación ecologista, dijo hoy que un fallo del Supremo de Panamá provoca la anulación de una concesión minera otorgada hace más de 20 años, y que tras sucesivas ventas maneja la empresa Minera Panamá con más de 6.000 millones de dólares en inversiones

2018/09/25 14:11:33
  • Minería
  • NGO says judicial ruling nullifies mining concession granted in 1997 in Panama

    Editor

    The Environmental Advocacy Center (CIAM), an environmental organization, said today that a ruling by the Supreme Court of Panama leads to the cancellation of a mining concession granted more than 20 years ago, and that after successive sales manages the company Minera Panama with more than 6,000 million dollars in investments.

2018/04/13 14:33:51
2018/04/13 14:30:22
  • El proyecto minero Cerro Quema
  • Gold mining is delayed due to slowness of Panamanian Government Approval

    EFE

    Gold extraction from the Cerro Quema mine in Panama will be delayed nearly a year and a half, in which more than 100 million dollars has already been invested, due to the lack of approval of the Environmental Impact Study (EIA) and the extension of a concession by the Panamanian government