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LEGAL ASPECTS OF QUALITY.
Legal aspects related to the achievement of total quality.
Legal regime of public limited companies.
They are a useful medium for local and international trade.
Characteristic:Privacy, You can carry out any business activity, such as investments, projects and joint ventures, The Board of Directors may establish and dispose of actions of various kinds yPanamanian law only allows the presentation of accounting records, files, correspondence or other documents to foreign authorities.
Intellectual and industrial property
It is based on the Political Constitution of 1972, which guarantees private property. The expropriation is considered, but can only be done in the event of public utility or social interest through a special trial and after payment of just compensation.
Labor laws and regulations
It is based on the Law of July 1998, which creates the ANAM.
Law 32 of 1992 (public limited company), Law 43 of 2001 (Electronic commerce), Banking Law of 9 of 1998.
The rights and duties of the employee.
Labor law and social security: It is due to the treaties signed by Panama and the other Latin American countries.
Labor Code of 1947 is the first national codification and a meaning of the Panamanian labor legislation.
The 1995 reform. It meant an important change in Panamanian legislation.
Laws governing the labor market.
Protection of the work of nationals, placement of workers and employment service.
Tax. Tax payment by the company and natural person.
The rights and duties of the company with its clients.
Quality of the products. It guides the organization towards the quality manifested in its products, services, development of its personnel and contribution to the general well-being.
Pricing policy. It is a set of norms, criteria, guidelines and actions to fix and regulate the amount of income.
Legal rights and duties with government entities.
Tax laws in force. It is subject to the payment of income tax in Panama.
Quality regulation. They are about evaluating how and why things are done. All food or cosmetic products sold in Panama must obtain a Sanitary Registry.
The responsibility of the company and the environment.
Protection of nature. It means conserving and caring for vegetation, fauna and their habitats.
Environmental hygiene. Industrialized companies must adopt the Environmental Management System in order to manage problems and opportunities in the environmental field more efficiently and systematically.