"The Logistics Agenda in Panama" (June 2014) is the second in a series of reports that will describe the history and current situation of logistics in Latin American and Caribbean countries.
Each country is unique, in terms of its public policies, the weight of its public and private sectors, and the development of its logistical services. This reports series aims to reflect that diversity and synthetically describe the evolution of the logistics agenda in recent years. Case studies will be used to distinguish similarities, differences, and unique characteristics. The underlying idea of the series is that knowledge of the different national cases helps those responsible for public policies in countries whose logistics agendas are in their first stages to make decisions and strengthen the sector. The report is available in Spanish.