The economic growth pospandemia will depend on the green economy ylto digital transformation, so that Japan and Panama they want to “identify” Projects sets in those sectors to boost the economic ties bilateral.
“We have not yet identified specific projects or businesses “ on green economy and digital transformation, “that’s why we want to continue the conversation,” said the press secretary ofl Ministry from Foreign affairs from Japan, Yoshida Tomoyuki.
Tomoyuki offered this Sunday a conference press to finished of a visit to Panama from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Toshimitsu Motegi, who i know meeting with the Panamanian president, Laurentino Cortizo, and the chancellor, Erika Mouynes.
Boths governments announced that they agreed “strengthen las business relationships“between Panama and Japan, a country that is one of the main users of Interoceanic Canal and that finances with $ 2,800 the building from line 3 of Metro from the Panamanian capital.
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The one with the Metro line 3 “that’s a financing of the Government of Japan“, agreed in 2016 through the Japanese Cooperation Agency (JICA),” and if identify good projects there may also be others, but it can also come from private sector“.
“So, both countries still in conversation in order to identify how can prepare the environment to do that kind of investments. Everything will depend on the financial needs and also the type of project, “said Tomoyuki, who highlighted that” Panama has a very strong awareness of the importance of climate change with the goal of negative carbon and the green economy. “
The Panamanian Government reported that the President Cortizo proposed what Panama and Japan the design a team “for study the possibility from increase the exports y strengthen the investments”, which must be formed before a tour to Japan organized by the Panamanian Foreign Ministry for next year.
The Chancellor Mouynes ratified during their meeting this Sunday with Motegi “the attractive from Panama for the foreign investment, the commitment to strengthening from economy and the protection of environmente, and the country’s advantages due to its strategic positioning and stability, with the great contribution of the interoceanic canal, “an official statement said.
Motegi arrived in Panama this Saturday from Guatemala, the first stop on the tour that will now take him to Cuba and Jamaica, with the aim of “consolidating” economic ties “with Central America and the Caribbean. EFE