Friday 3rd June 2016. Sparkling wines with Carlos Mata.

June 3, 2016

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kryptaIt’s all about the wine this morning. We have with us Carlo Mata our very own Sommelier, today sparking wines, Cava, Champagne, Franciacorta. Three wines with very different characteristics, join Carlos as we take a journey through Spain, France and Italy with their very different offerings. Listen to today’s program if you missed the fun.


gabrielIn the last hour today we catch up with what is happening here in the Republic of Panama as we join Gabriel for a look at where to go and what to do, always plenty of choice and don’t forget to pick up your copy of the “Visitor” paper.

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Former US president Jimmy Carter, who signed the treaties that returned the Panama Canal to Panama, canceled his participation in the inauguration of the expansion of the inter-oceanic route on June 26, the Panamanian government said yesterday.

The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Treasury Department announced on Wednesday that measures would be taken to facilitate the continued operation of the Felix B. Maduro department stores.

Trade in the Colon Free Zone (CFZ) has deteriorated for the third consecutive year.

The consortium Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC) reported that on Tuesday the third set of locks had reached “full functionality.”

A group of indigenous people of Panama were trained in handling drones to detect threats to forest ecosystems.

The Ministry of Health reported on Wednesday that it has issued an alert due to the increase of flu and respiratory infection cases that have been reported.

Eight years ago, the santiagueña Vilma Avila left Panama to settle in Montreal, Canada, where her husband is from.


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