Chilean companies prepare for boom in trade with Panama
With a free trade agreement now in force between the two countries, Chilean companies are visiting Panama to assess business opportunities. Construction and highway maintenance are two areas of particular interest.
Friday, May 30, 2008
Among Chilean companies touting their products are TC Pavements, Tecnodiam and Indepp, which make paving, tin soldering and lead items respectively.
Exports have performed very well in recent years, partly thanks to 11 trade agreements, but they are far from reaching their full potential and production of many goods lacks added value.
Investors should be aware of the tools available for exporting with tariff benefits to Cuba, Mexico and the European Union.
A free trade agreement between Chile and Honduras went into effect July 19, Chile reported.
The Foreign Minister of Uruguay is touring the isthmus proposing an FTA with Mercosur, even though the President of the very same country describes it as "a bad customs union".
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