l aims to create the Special Regime for the Establishment and Operation of Multinational Enterprises for the Provision of Services Related to Manufacturing (EMMA), in order to make Panama
a more competitive nation in the global economy and adapt the attraction of investment
s in the provision of services and productive processes, manufacturing, as well as the generation of jobs and technology transfer, the Assembly reported.
The statement dated July 28, 2020 states that "... This new regime would cover services related to the manufacture, assembly, re-manufacture, conditioning, maintenance and repair of products, as well as logistics services, among others.Multinational companies that are granted an EMMA license will automatically enjoy the guarantees established by Law 54 of 1998, on stability
Ramon Martinez, Minister of Commerce and Industry, said that "... the Republic of Panama depends to a great extent on direct foreign investment, so we must take measures to be more competitive in attracting investment, since it costs us for the cost of energy and labor.
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