Airport chaos puts Panama’s good name on the line: business leaders
Monday, September 25, 2017
Panama’s Chamber of Commerce has come down hard on the government over last week’s six-hour Tocumen airport blackout and the resulting chaos for thousands of stranded passengers.
In a strongly worded statement, it called on the government to carry out all the “investments that are required” in the airport and the rest of public entities that provide services.
“If not,” said the chamber “we are playing with the country’s reputation and the quality and availability of services for our fellow citizens.”
Source: Newsroom Panama