Canadian Trade Mission to Visit Panama

From June 2 - 4, a dozen companies, led by Atlantic Canada, will be in the country looking for business opportunities.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

The companies are in the telecommunications, construction, tourism, shipping and education sectors.

Roberto González reported the statements of Milsa Barrow, promoter of the trade mission, in Prensa.com: "The companies will arrive with the intention of introducing their products and services into local market and to find representatives who will help them expand their businesses in Latin America.”

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Canadian Businessmen Visit Panama

November 2012

Businessmen from the sectors of infrastructure , energy and transportation have been finding out about the infrastructure projects currently under way in the country.

The trade mission included representatives of more than a dozen companies, headed by the Minister of State of Foreign Affairs Diane Ablonczy who will remain in the country until 16 November.

Spanish Businessmen to Visit Guatemala

January 2012

Representatives from 21 companies interested in doing business will arrive on Feb. 23rd

Representatives from 21 companies will arrive in Guatemala on 23rd and February 24th to explore possible business opportunities, said the president of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Guatemala, Rafael Briz.

Canadian Businessmen to Visit Guatemala

November 2011

They will arrive as part of a trade mission organized by the Chamber of Guatemalan-Canadian Commerce.

In order to encourage trade and business generation between the two nations, the Chamber has organized a trade mission to Guatemala in February 2012.

Business people from various industries in Canada make up the group, which hopes to meet with both government officials and representatives of private companies.

Costa Rican Exporters in Canada

May 2009

With more than 99 business appointments scheduled from May 3-8, exporters are participating in a mission in Canada.

The activity that is taking place in Toronto is being developed by the Foreign Trade Promoter (PROCOMER) in conjunction with the institution’s regional office in Canada.

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