Panama’s aviation sector is regarded as one of the highest developed within the region. The Tocumen International Airport is the most important airport of the country and is considered as the hub of Central America. Together with flag carrier Copa Airlines, Tocumen has the ambition to become the hub of the complete Latin-American region.
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This is a report about the International Financial Institutions (IFIs) in Panama. It serves as an overview to inform Dutch businesses that are active in Panama or seeking opportunities in this country. The report informs entrepreneurs on how to identify chances and become involved in the early procurement stage of the development of IFI financed public projects.
Factsheet by the Netherlands embassy in Bangkok. Laos has a population of 7.2 million and an average income per capita of USD 1730.40 (2017). Its economy has been expanding by 7 percent on average over the last two decades, but the landlocked country is still heavily dependent on foreign aid.
Factsheet by the Netherlands embassy in Bangkok. Cambodia is a developing market economy in Southeast Asia with a population of 16.5 million and GDP of around USD 22 billion (2017). The country has seen rapid economic development over the past decade, with an average GDP growth rate of 7 percent annually.
Factsheet by the Netherlands embassy in Bangkok. Thailand is the second economy of Southeast Asia and strategically located to serve markets in region and beyond. Besides an attractive production base, its 68 million-strong population provides an interesting consumer market.
In this section we've put together lots of useful practical advice about travelling in Japan.
Provides an overview of the laws, regulations and procedures related to setting up a business in Japan.
On 17 July 2018, the European Union and Japan signed an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), the biggest trade agreement ever negotiated by the EU that will create an open trade zone covering over 600 million people. The agreement is now awaiting consent by the European Parliament and the Japanese Diet following which it is expected to enter into force in 2019.
Chemical industry is one of the oldest industries in India. The Indian chemical industry is knowledge-intensive as well as capital-intensive. It is estimated that the size of Indian chemical industry is around USD 163 billion in the year 2017, contributing nearly 3.4% share in the global chemical market. The Indian Chemical industry is projected to reach USD 403 billion by 2025.
Ports are the gateway to India’s economic growth; further development of ports infrastructure remains one of the most critical factors in the equation of the Indian world trade. Ports in India handle almost 90% of total international trade volume and nearly 70% in value.