El Salvador Promotes Itself as a Gateway for Brazil
Speaking to Brazilian companies, the Salvadoran president, Mauricio Funes, encouraged them to see his country as a port of entry to a market with 540 million inhabitants.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The leader indicated that El Salvador has the infrastructure necessary to become a logistical and distribution center to access Central and North American markets, as well as possessing expert business knowledge of those markets, which it is willing to share.
Businessmen from both countries met to explore joint investment opportunities.
In the first days of July, President Mauricio Funes will apply for a loan with the National Development Bank of Brazil (BNDES).
Brazilian President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva will be on tour in the three Central American countries between June 1 and 3.
During the visit by the Salvadoran President, the government of Brazil offered technical cooperation for ethanol production.
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