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Sieg Pedde

Sieg Pedde


Name of Your Company or Organization
Helix Courier Limited
About Me
I am a Canadian businessman. I am interested in international diversification.
Where I’m From
Canada
Where I Live Now
London, Ontario, Canada
Countries Doing Business In
Canada
Panama
All services your organization provides
Partnership / joint venture / investment opportunities

Community Q & A Questions Answered

I agree with other posters here that banks in Panama are safe.  And there are a lot of them.  On one stroll through Panama City several years ago, I saw so many banks that I decided to photograph them and string them together into a video you can see on ... Read More
On average, expats in Panama are more adventurous and more open to taking a chance on something new. There are some expats who have adapted very well to their new environment and they tend to look at everything as an exciting new page in their life. There are ... Read More
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Expat Stories Posted

In 2006, on an early trip to Panama, I encountered Santa, Frosty the Snowman, and some other seasonal icons in front of an apartment building in Panama City. I stopped to say hello to them and to record with photographs my good fortune at having the plea... Read More
Many people have this idea that Panama is a backward place with grinding poverty, poor infrastructure, political instability and lots of risk for investors. In fact, while there is poverty there in relative terms, the people are happy, relaxed, friendly and open. Muc... Read More
Many people have this idea that Panama is a backward place with grinding poverty, poor infrastructure, political instability and lots of risk for investors. In fact, while there is poverty there in relative terms, the people are happy, relaxed, friendly and open. ... Read More
I am so tired of seeing the words 'their,' 'there' and 'they're' misused that I thought I would put all three in the title of this post. That way, anyone who might chance on this post could at least see that each of the homonyms is spelled differently and might also ... Read More
I have met and spoken with many North American ex-pats while in Panama. I'm a curious guy, and one of the questions I often asked was why they were there. The answers weren't all that surprising to me.   A guy waiting to get at his safety de... Read More

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