Panama could be big draw for Spain's jobless
Panama has already become a stronghold of Spanish companies. Now young unemployed Spaniards are checking out the possibilities of jobs there.
Amid the serious financial crisis in Spain, more than half of the country's young people are jobless.
But Panama is an attraction because it has a severe shortage of skilled manpower for its huge public works program, which includes multi-billion contracts for leading Spanish companies.
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