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La CCIAP asegura que hay actividades que no aguantan un día más sin operar

CCIAP asks the Government to shorten reopening dates

The Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama (CCIAP) in its Sunday bulletin addresses the 'Updated National-Provincial Reopening Plan' proposed by the National Government, noting that it is positive to have an orderly roadmap, however they emphasize that the The business community hoped that it could be implemented in less time and thus fully focus on the reactivation of jobs.
After this time, the opening does not imply that all businesses will open immediately, since most of them are financially strained. Taking into account the experience of restarting previous activities, gradualism will be mandatory. No such schedule is necessary. spaced or more restrictions, for this reason the main private sector unions have proposed to shorten the dates and frame said schedule in the month of September, says the CCIAP in its statement.

The request made to the government authorities indicates that there are economic activities in the country that cannot continue for another week without operating.

The CCIAP reiterates the support of the private sector in the reopening and undertakes to deliver self-protection tools, educate the population and comply with biosecurity measures in public areas, mass transportation and companies.

After more than 150 days, the public asks that the country reopen the activities in a responsible manner, with authorities that are facilitators in this process that benefits us all, the CCIAP concludes.
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