Businesses disappointed with delay of Panama, Jordan trade deals

Officials at Halifax-based LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. have been eyeing the Panama market for a while, seeing it as a good place to implement their energy-saving lighting on streets and other exterior places. They found the Latin American country interested in environmentally friendly technology.

Embassy Photo: Lee Berthiaume
The Jordan trade deal has hit a curve.
Anca Gurzu
Published: Wednesday, 04/06/2011 12:00 am EDT

Officials at Halifax-based LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. have been eyeing the Panama market for a while, seeing it as a good place to implement their energy-saving lighting on streets and other exterior places. They found the Latin American country interested in environmentally friendly technology.

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