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PANPermanent Account Number
PANPersonal Area Network
PANPanama (ISO Country code)
PANPesticide Action Network
PANPartido Acción Nacional (Spanish: Action National Party)
PANPolska Akademia Nauk (Polish Science Academy)
PANPolyacrylonitrile
PANPolyarteritis Nodosa (blood vessel disease)
PANPalo Alto Network (cybersecurity; Palo Alto, CA)
PANPlanning Advice Note (UK)
PANProcessing Area Network
PANProteasome Activating Nucleotidase (genetics)
PANPublic Affairs News
PANPrint System Asynchronous Notification Protocol
PANPersonal Account Number
PANPrivate Area Network
PANPrimary Account Number
PANPeriodic Alternating Nystagmus (medical diagnosis)
PANPennsylvania Association of Notaries
PANPartido de Avanzada Nacional (Guatemala)
PANPartai Amanat Nasional (National Mandate Party, Indonesia)
PANPublished Admission Number (UK schools)
PANPublic Access Network
PANPhenyl-Alpha-Naphthylamine
PANNational Advancement Party (Guatemala)
PANPartido dos Aposentados da Nação (Brazil political party)
PANPhénomènes Aérospatiaux Non Identifiés
PANPlant-Available Nitrogen
PANPeroxyacetylnitrate
PANProto-Austronesian (language)
PANProtect Arizona Now (anti-immigration group)
PANPiedmont Angel Network (investing; Winstom-Salem, NC)
PANPresence Across Nation (India)
PANPartido Autonomista Nacional (Argentine Former Political Party)
PANPara-Aortic Lymph Nodes
PANPersonal Access Number
PANPromoters Arts Network (UK)
PANPersonnel Action Notice
PANProgressive Action Network (Washington, DC)
PANPercussion Actuated Non-electric (bomb squad robotics)
PANPhilippine Association of Nutrition
PANPrimary Afferent Neuron
PANPennsylvania Association of Numismatists
PANUncovering Plagiarism, Authorship and Social Software Misuse (workshop)
PANPassive/Active Neutron
PANPrograma Ambiental Nacional (Spanish: National Environmental Program)
PANPublication Approval Number
PANPeripheral Area Network
PANPeer Advising Network
PANProject Authorization Notice
PANPan-Access Network
PANPatient's Action Network (American Medical Association)
PANPlanetary Area Network
PANPersonal Action Notice
PANProduction Acceptance Notice
PANProgrammed Assigned Number
PANPartial Advisory Notice
PANPoker Ad Network
PANPajhwok Afghan News (news agency; Afghanistan)
PANPro-Apollo Nutter
PANProducto Alimenticio Nacional (Spanish: National Foodstuffs; corn flour made in Venezuela)
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Starwood said that Panama is a market in high-demand among business travellers and enjoys an increasing number of leisure tourism.
The Minister said Panama has one of the highest economic growth rates in the Latin American region and the FTA will serve to strengthen the channels and flows of information between customs authorities, which will help to improve control mechanisms, both for goods originating in the Parties, as well as those in transit through Panama to Colombia.
Panama undertook a whole-of-government strategy to improve governance in the Darien province.
The number of foreign visitors to Panama grew between 7 and 8 percent between 2011 and 2012, according to Ernesto Orillac, sub-director for the gobernment tourism agency, known as the Autoridad de Turismo de Panama, or ATP.
Northbound flows of seafood will be facilitated by the recent completion of a new temperature-controlled facility at Panama's Tocumen International Airport.
also captured a majority of seats in Panama's National Assembly.
This shows the strong commitment of the people of Panama to highlight the great historical heritage and tradition of Panama City to the rest of the world.
The visiting delegation met with key stakeholders from the Panama's public and private sectors, including Juan Carlos Varela, President of Panama; Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado, Vice President and Foreign Minister of Panama; Nestor Gonzalez, Minister of Industries and Commerce, Panama; and other top government officials and businessmen from the country on the sidelines of the 3rd Global Business Forum (GBF) on Latin America in Panama City which coincided with the week-long trade mission.
Ibrahim Mohammed Al Mansouri, UAE Ambassador to Panama, and representatives from the Panama Canal Authority, Panama Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Industries, Panama Pacifico Special Economic Zone and key stakeholders from Panama's maritime and logistics sector.
PPG owns 20 of the stores of the estimated 180 points of sale in Panama thus far, flourishing under the expansion policy of Mexican subsidiary Comex, which in part supplies the Central American region for PPG.
"The sky is the limit in trade when you have new technology," said Panama president Juan Carlos Varela as he outlined his vision for hub-to-hub trading between Dubai and Panama.