- Our company Panama Sol Realty was recently featured in HGTV's new show "Live Here, Buy This". The show is about "Where you could afford to live and how?" more... x
In this particular episode, entrepreneurs George & Lauren are considering relocating to either Panama, Chile, or Lunenburg Nova Scotia. Click here and watch our own Solimar Antadillas give a tour on two of our great listings in Panama City, the show ends with a good surprise, don't miss it.
Sporty lifestylers Brittney & Jeremy are looking for a home with open bright space, outdoor living and a warmer climate. They are choosing between San Diego, Panama and Provence. You may click here to watch the impressive options that were presented to them in Altos del Maria and El Valle. Enjoy!
This episode features Sandra & Craig who are expecting to get away from the City lifestyle for which they want to have a bright space, good views and proximity to the Beach. If you click here you can see the amazing options we have offered in the Pacific Beaches. Check them out!
- : : April 2015 (2)
- : : November 2014 (1)
- : : September 2014 (1)
- : : July 2014 (1)
- : : April 2014 (1)
- : : January 2014 (1)
- : : December 2013 (1)
- : : September 2013 (1)
- : : May 2013 (2)
- : : March 2013 (1)
- : : February 2013 (2)
- : : November 2012 (1)
- : : October 2011 (1)
- : : September 2011 (1)
- : : February 2011 (1)
- : : April 2010 (100)
- : : February 2010 (1)
- : : January 2010 (1)
- : : December 2009 (2)
- : : November 2009 (1)
- : : May 2009 (1)
- : : February 2009 (1)
- : : October 2007 (1)
- : : August 2007 (1)
- : : July 2007 (4)
- : : December 2006 (1)
Congress passes raft of free-trade dealsThursday, 13 October 2011
Congress voted Wednesday on a bipartisan basis to pass free-trade bills with Colombia, Panama and South Korea.
President Barack Obama, who dined Thursday at a Korean restaurant with South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and is to welcome him Thursday on a state visit to the White House, sent the trade deals to Congress last week.
The White House, Republicans and big business groups have said the deals would create jobs in the United States. The deals could spur $13 billion annually in new exports and "support tens of thousands of jobs," a senior administration official has said.
In a statement issued by the Office of the Press Secretary, Obama called the agreements "a major win" for the nation. "Tonight's vote, with bipartisan support, will significantly boost exports that bear the proud label 'Made in America,' support tens of thousands of good-paying American jobs and protect labor rights, the environment and intellectual property," he said, promising to sign the bills.
In a separate statement, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the agreements "will make it easier for American companies to sell their products to South Korea, Colombia and Panama, which will create jobs here at home."
Union groups and some Democrats have opposed the bills, expressing doubt that they would create jobs.
The U.S. agriculture industry has been calling for the free-trade agreement, which could open new markets for beef, wheat and soybeans. The U.S. auto industry is also watching, as the deal with South Korea would mean a decline in tariffs aimed squarely at Detroit automakers.
House Republicans have voiced support for the deals.
"These three trade agreements will support American jobs and help create opportunities to expand for American businesses," Speaker John Boehner said last week in a statement.