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April 29, 2016

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Today’s topic Malbec

Welcome back to the Breakfast show to Capt Carlos Mata our wine sommelier. Todays topic is Malbec wine and we take a look at both the French and Argentinean wines.

Gabriel and Sarah

Gabriel  and Sarah joins us in the last hour today from “The Visitor” newspaper. So we get up to date with what is happenin’ g in Panama and places to visit.

Track of the day.. Roberto’s request for this morning Coast to Coast by Vincent Ingala[/vc_column_text][vc_video link=””][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]A lack of consensus between the various caucuses on the proposed changes to the state procurement law led to a halt in the debate on the topic yesterday in the National Assembly.

A decision by the Tenth Criminal Court sentenced the former director of National Finance Department of the Social Security Fund, Alberto Toledano Maggiori to eight years in prison.

Businessmen have expressed concern over the large numbers of cases delayed in the judiciary, at a meeting with the president of the Supreme Court, Jose Ayu Prado.

The National Secretariat of Energy announced Wednesday that fuel prices will increase Friday from 6 a.m.

Greater firmness regarding the decision to make changes in his team is demanded by the political opposition of President Juan Carlos Varela.

Amid rumors that Minister Rodolfo Aguilera would have his days as Minister of Public Security numbered, the official himself agreed with his departure

Looking to improve and increase leisure and business tourism, Panama is participating for the first time at the International Tourism Fair “Arabian Travel Market” in Dubai.

The Attorney General`s Office of Russia announced that it has sent a request to Panama to investigate the leaks from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca that implicated Russian citizens linked to President, Vladimir Putin.

The National Customs Authority announced that Panama will crush 200,960 contraband cigarettes seized by Customs inspectors

“Panama should not be afraid to launch an offensive,” said Malcolm Stevenson, better known as Steve Forbes, editor of Forbes business magazine


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