Latin American Internal Trade Grows
In seeking to mitigate the effects of the crisis, the trade of goods is redirected, which means opportunities for logistics operators.
Monday, March 16, 2009
Many Latin American companies are reacting to the global economic crisis by looking for markets that are geographically closer than the normal markets in Asia and Europe where demand has fallen drastically.
DHL has announced an investment of $4 million to operate directly from the Colon Free Zone, with special focus on the pharmaceutical, textile and home appliances sectors.
Improvements to infrastructure, consolidation of regional integration and increasing its competiveness are a few of the challenges faced by Central America.
Companies operating in Panama are designing new services and changes in their organizational structures.
Here's what happens in bad times — disruption. Disruption means things change. When things change, there are opportunities. And entrepreneurs seize opportunities — that's what makes them entrepreneurs.
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