Chilean businessmen visit Panama
A delegation of Chilean entrepreneurs are visiting Panama to discuss several matters relating to trade and the implementation of a Free Trade Agreement, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry reported.
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
During the visit, business persons from both countries will participate in the First Bi-national Business Encounter "with the objective of evaluating the opportunities and benefits available to both countries within the framework of the Free Trade Agreement," the Ministry said in a press release.
A year after the Free Trade Agreement between the two countries took effect, commercial trade increased by 40%.
Martinelli and Piñera have agreed to review the free trade agreement signed in 2008, including investment protection clauses, among other topics.
The free trade agreement signed in 2008 explains much of the business improvement with the southern country.
Representatives of the private sector in Panama and Chile have signed a cooperation agreement that evaluates the inclusion of new products and services in the trade agreement.
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