Ineco to advise Panama on its public infrastructure investment
Ineco will assist the Republic of Panama in the definition and development of a ten year long national public infrastructure plan regarding the key areas for population development and the future of the country. A plan to state the necessary planning, regulation, management and investment in infrastructure in the country’s three key sectors: public transport and the necessary intermodality, urban solid waste management, and supply and sanitation network management. The works include the creation of a technical office that will assist the government of Panama in the implementation of the resulting sector plans.
This is the agreement reached this week in Panama between our President Pablo Vázquez and Corporate Managing Director Berta Barrero with the president of Panama Juan Carlos Varela, and with several representatives of the government and public infrastructure companies.
During the encounters, it was highlighted the importance of efficient investment and of prioritising resources in a planned manner, in order to obtain a strong and competitive infrastructure system that would allow to guarantee the wellbeing and quality of life of the citizens of Panama, and the sustainable development of the Republic.