Panama’s government said on Monday it will not intervene in a dispute between the Trump Organization and a new majority investor in a hotel in the country’s capital, after the U.S. president’s family business asked for help. In March, legal representatives of the Trump Organization wrote to Panama President Juan Carlos Varela asking him to help the group in its fight over ownership of the 70-floor hotel complex, according to a letter seen by Reuters. The letter from a law firm, dated March 22, asks Varela to use his influence and alleges that its due process ...
Trump's company wants foreign govt's help; Panama's vice-president says no
Panamanian vice president said on Monday that getting involved in the dispute would be outside the government's remit
Reuters Last Updated at April 10, 2018 14:26 IST