Panama will host the first regional meeting of Bloomberg in 2022

Panama will host the first meeting of Bloomberg New Economy Gateway

Panama will host the first meeting of Bloomberg New Economy Gateway, a series of regional meetings with global audiences that will begin in Latin America in 2022, announced Michael R. Bloomberg at the closing of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore.

President of Panama, Laurentino Cortizo and Michael R. Bloomberg (Photo : Courtesy of the Presidency of Panama).

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Panama will host the first meeting of Bloomberg New Economy Gateway, a series of regional meetings with global audiences that will begin in Latin America in 2022, announced Michael R. Bloomberg at the closing of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore.

“… This new contact space in Latin America continues to build towards the goal of greater collaboration between the public and private sectors between the East, West, the north and the south – in both developed and developing economies ", according to an official statement.

Bloomberg, fundador de Bloomberg L.P. and Bloomberg Philanthropies affirmed that Panama is the ideal setting to develop a meeting at that level, the first outside of Asia, considering that it has been "a critical link" between continents which helps Latin America to be a bridge between the north and the south.

"We look forward to hosting discussions with senior business and government leaders to help shape a more modern global economy.". Added.

The meeting organized in partnership with the government will bring together global world leaders to address issues of sustainable investments and the future of trade, focusing on cities., finance, Commerce, public health and climate which are the five editorial pillars established by Bloomberg New Economy:

Panamanian President, Laurentino Cortizo said that the meeting “… Is an excellent opportunity to help influence and accelerate collaboration between business and government during a critical time for the world”.

Minister of Trade and Industries, Ramón Martínez and Michael R. Bloomberg (Photo: Courtesy of the Presidency of Panama).