FTAs Spur New Infrastructure Interest In Panama, Colombia

Law360, New York (January 27, 2012, 6:52 PM EST) -- With infrastructure that has failed to keep pace with their booming economies, Panama and Colombia are expected to be hotbeds of opportunity for project developers as they seek to take advantage of incentives from new free trade agreements struck with the U.S., experts say.

Though trade officials are still in the process of making the recently-ratified trade deals' promises of lifted tariffs a reality, everything from ports and roads to electric grids and telecom systems in Panama and Colombia need to be either built or revamped...
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