Particularly, Gran Caribe hotel group will have the opportunity to exhibit its progresses during that event, its president Eduardo Acosta told Prensa Latina today.

Few hours before traveling to Panama City, the executive was convinced of the development of such brand and the travelers' satisfaction for excellence services.

That hotel chain exhibits not only the establishments of large linage that can be found in this island, but also many of them have a long history, linked to the development of important cities such as the capital.

The executive stated before leaving that the most significant issues to analyze in the Summit are precisely linked to the development of the recreational industry of this country, and particularly Gran Caribe.

The event will reflect the progress and updating the tourist activity has had in the island, where the arrival of visitors surpassed, for the first time in the sector's history, three millions in 2014.

Acosta's agenda also includes to spread the island's culture and heritage, and present in Panama new business opportunities, possible to develop under the new Law 118/2014 of Foreign Investment.

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