ANNOUNCEMENT 07 Nov 2011In November 2011, the government of Panama announced a change in import duties.
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On 7 November 2011, the Republic of Panama introduced an increase of import tariffs on certain electric and/or hybrid vehicles. The new applied rate is 5 percent, up from duty free.