Costa Rican SMEs Business Round Tables

The Trade Promotion Agency will hold its 9th Purchasers Mission from September 7th to 11th.

Friday, August 28, 2009

270 companies from the food industry, agriculture, metal mechanics, construction, among others, will participate in business rounds with 210 companies from 30 countries.

"The retail and wholesale distributors come from countries like Canada, México, Central America and the Caribbean", reported Nacion.com.

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Central America as a Market for Mexican SMEs

April 2013

ProMéxico is preparing, for sometime in June, a trade mission to Costa Rica and Guatemala for SMEs from the sectors of fresh and processed foods, plastics, and the automotive industry.

According to Edmundo González, coordinator of ProMéxico (organizer of the mission in conjunction with Canacintra), "the range of opportunities in both countries is very wide and interesting for the food sector, both fresh and processed, plastics, automotive and foundry industries, and for this reason we are inviting small and medium enterprises to explore these possibilities. "

Costa Rica Receives China Trade Mission

May 2011

The delegation consists of representatives from 40 companies in the infrastructure, aerospace, high technology and clean energy sectors among others.

This visit is the result of the momentum of new opportunities arising from the FTA with China. In terms of investment, Costa Rica is interested in benefiting from the knowledge and experience of Chinese companies to strengthen and modernize the national infrastructure.

Salvadoran Business Mission to Visit Colombia

February 2011

A group of businessmen is traveling with president Mauricio Funes in his upcoming official visit to Colombia.

The visit is scheduled for the 23rd and 24th of February.

It is expected for the group of businessmen to participate in the tourism fair "Tourism Showcase ANATO 2011", which will be inaugurated by the two presidents.

Trade Between Costa Rica and Peru

April 2012

Employers in Peru and Costa Rica will explore potential business in the areas of food, clothing, cosmetics, foodstuffs, lubricants and paints.

Businesses can not wait, and even though a free trade agreement with Peru is still passes through the bureaucratic cliques of the Legislative Assembly of the Central American country, Peruvian entrepreneurs have taken the initiative and organized a business meeting with colleagues from Costa Rica.

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