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Panamanian Crypto Bill Might Get a Second Wind in the Highest Court of the Country

Bitcoin 31 Jan 2023
The fate of the Panamanian crypto bill project, which was approved by the Panamanian National Assembly last year, now depends on the decision of the supreme court of the country ... Panamanian Law Still Has Opportunity of Being Approved ... However, at that time, Conrtizo also praised it, saying it was an “innovation and good law.”.
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Fresh Panama copper mine talks offer hope for 11th-hour deal

Mining Dot Com 28 Dec 2022
That in turn spurred First Quantum to take steps toward international arbitration ... Still, the authorities have vowed to press on with the stoppage process. In 2017, First Quantum boosted its interest in the Panamanian company that holds the concession to 90%. But Panama’s Supreme Court deemed the law governing the concession to be unconstitutional ... .
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Panama confronts illegal trafficking of animals

News-Press Now 22 Dec 2022
ANCON, Panama ... Panamanian authorities are trying to raise awareness about the dangers — to humans and wildlife — of keeping wild animals in their homes ... Trade in the monkeys is permitted only in exceptional circumstances ... "The environment can't take any more. We're at a critical point." ... Panamanian law strictly limits the possession of wildlife ... .
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Panama and First Quantum mull fresh talks on copper mine next week

Mining Dot Com 22 Dec 2022
The mine, which cost at least $10 billion to build, is First Quantum’s biggest asset and an economic engine for the Central American nation ... In 2017, First Quantum boosted its interest in the Panamanian company that holds the concession to 90%. But Panama’s Supreme Court deemed the law governing the current concession as unconstitutional ... .
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Panama advances to include Transisthmian Route on World Heritage List

La Prensa Latina 15 Dec 2022
The ministry says the Panamanian State has constituted by National Law the annual allocation of economic resources for the conservation, maintenance, research, and development of Panama Viejo, Casco Antiguo, Portobelo, and San Lorenzo, activities that are also supported with funds from boards of trustees.
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‘The environment can’t take any more’ — Panama confronts illegal trafficking of wild animals

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 03 Dec 2022
They arrived at this government rehabilitation center after environmental authorities seized them from people who had been keeping them as pets ... Panamanian authorities are trying to raise awareness about the dangers -- to humans and wildlife -- of keeping wild animals in their homes ... Panamanian law strictly limits the possession of wildlife.
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Police take down cocaine ‘super cartel,’ seize 33 tons of drugs

New York Post 28 Nov 2022
More On. drug cartels. Dog carrying severed hand leads to discovery of 53 bags of human remains in Mexico’s most violent state. Butchered bodies wash ashore at Mexican holiday hotspot — as tourists lounge nearby ... 8-19 ... Between Nov ... Spanish law enforcement said the drugs were being supplied to the cartel by a Panamanian citizen also living in Dubai.
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737,000 Panamanians Creating An Informality Crisis

MENA FN 06 Oct 2022
(MENAFN - Newsroom Panama) According to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Census, 737,000 Panamanians work informally with no laws or regulations to protect them. While the ... .
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Offshore industry helps Most Wanted Chilean arms dealer

Blitz 18 Sep 2022
Cardoen’s very public legal problems didn’t prevent Arias, Fàbrega & Fàbrega, a prominent Panamanian law firm and offshore service provider, from representing his offshore companies for years after Interpol issued the red notice, leaked documents show ... Under Panamanian law, assets ...
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Panama intercepts Colombian fishing boat operating in prohibited zone

La Prensa Latina 07 Sep 2022
Torrijos noted that prevailing law in Panama ... Panamanian law establishes “possible fines of between $50,000 and $300,000” for failures to abide by the proper procedures, and authorities will impose the fine within “30 to 80 days,” the ARAP director said.
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Proving foreign law in Philippine courts

The Manila Times 31 Aug 2022
In another case, the Supreme Court disallowed the deposition of a maritime law practitioner in the Republic of Panama before the Philippine consulate as proof of Panamanian law ... At best, it can be considered the opinion of an expert witness who possesses the required special knowledge on Panamanian laws.
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Netflix Is Sued—Again—For its Portrayal of Real People In Its Shows

New York Observer 30 Aug 2022
According to Rachel Williams, she’s not as bad as “Inventing Anna” made her out to be. Rachel Williams filed a lawsuit against Netflix on Aug ... This isn’t always the case. In October 2019, Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca filed a suit against Netflix for sensationalizing events in The Laundromat, a film based on real events ... .
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Panama Ship Registry grows by 9.6% in three years

Seatrade Maritime News 11 Aug 2022
Related. Panama Canal new tolls approved from Jan 2023 ... Related ... The Panama Maritime Authority has initiated a series of meetings with the Panama Maritime Law Association (PMLA) for the revision and update of Law 57, one of the legal frameworks on which the administration of the Panamanian fleet is based. .
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New register of overseas owners of UK properties ‘riddled with flaws’

The Observer 01 Aug 2022
“The company might be owned by a Cayman or Panamanian law firm, for example, which holds legal ownership of many properties on behalf of wealthy clients. In this scenario the names on the register would likely be the partners in the law firm, or perhaps no one at all.

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