President Obama and Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela, second from right, talk with, from left, GE Aviation President and CEO David Joyce, Boeing Chairman and CEO Jim McNerney, Copa Chairman Stanley Motta, and Copa CEO Pedro Heilbron, after they signed an airplane order between Copa Airlines and Boeing, announcing plans for the Panamanian airlines to purchase 61 of the US airplane giant 737 aircraft. Obama was in Panama Friday for a summit of Latin American leaders.
President Obama and Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela, second from right, talk with, from left, GE Aviation President and CEO David Joyce, Boeing Chairman and CEO Jim McNerney, Copa Chairman Stanley Motta, and Copa CEO Pedro Heilbron, after they signed an airplane order between Copa Airlines and Boeing, announcing plans for the Panamanian airlines to purchase 61 of the US airplane giant 737 aircraft. Obama was in Panama Friday for a summit of Latin American leaders. Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press
President Obama and Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela, second from right, talk with, from left, GE Aviation President and CEO David Joyce, Boeing Chairman and CEO Jim McNerney, Copa Chairman Stanley Motta, and Copa CEO Pedro Heilbron, after they signed an airplane order between Copa Airlines and Boeing, announcing plans for the Panamanian airlines to purchase 61 of the US airplane giant 737 aircraft. Obama was in Panama Friday for a summit of Latin American leaders. Pablo Martinez Monsivais Associated Press

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