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$400,000 in Unpaid Taxes Threatens Closure of Rio Hato International Airport, Panama

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The Municipality of Anton in Cocle, Panama is poised to order the work suspension of the new international airport located in Rio Hato for non-payment of taxes, an amount which exceeds $400,000.

Original Article Text From Panama America Digital via Google Translate :

Municipality Could Paralyze Construction

The Municipality of Anton in Cocle next week may order the suspension of the construction of international airport in Rio Hato central provinces for non-payment of taxes, which exceed $ 400,000.

Rafael Sanchez, representing the district of Knight and Anton board member, said it is unfortunate that the company Meco act in this way since earlier this year had improved the municipal system for the purpose of taxes should be paid.

Sanchez explained that they called the regular meeting of City Council to Meco and there they learned that they do not pay taxes.

A board meeting was presented Andres Chavarria, Meco, who declined to give interviews saying he was not authorized to speak.

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