El Salvador and Brazil Begin Business Meetings

More than 50 Salvadoran companies will participate in the meetings held in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.

Monday, August 9, 2010

The aim of the gathering is to encourage dialogue and analysis to enable commercial trade and investment.

The president of the Salvadoran Business Association (ANEP), Carlos Enrique Araujo, said that he expected the meeting to be 'a great opportunity for Salvadoran companies to turn our eyes south,' according to Diariocolatino.com.

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