The aim is to facilitate trade for Nicaraguan businessmen, said Ajax Delgado, president of the Business Council for the Promotion of Economic and Trade Relations with China (Cefech).
"That is why a delegation of entrepreneurs will travel to China to participate in opening the office as well as to participate in an investment promotion seminar with Chinese entrepreneurs on the 27 and 28 of April. There will also be a fair in Canton, starting on May 3rd and closing on May 5th," reports the article by Gisella Canales in Laprensa.com.ni.
On October 25th the China Chamber of Commerce will open an office in San Salvador.
As reported by the Chinese Salvadoran Friendship Association, the office aims to provide advice and information in order to promote bilateral relations between both countries.
"This is an office that will issue advice, care and support to our entrepreneurs so they can have support and convenience in developing their business in the PRC," the president of the China-El Salvador Friendship Association, Manuel Flores, told Efe.
Private sector representatives have opened the first commercial office in China.
In order to increase trade relations between Nicaragua and the Asian giant, whose investments are increasing in presence in Central America, the Nicaraguan Chamber of Commerce has opened a private office in Beijing.
For next year the country is contemplating opening a trade office in China, in order to facilitate trade relations.
Sergio de la Torre, Minister of Economy said at a press conference, "We are looking at (the possibility of) having a trade office in China in order to facilitate trade, which has nothing to do with the political sphere", without breaking the commercial ties with Taiwan.
The Foreign Trade Promoter (PROCOMER) has reopened the Trade Promotion Office (OPC) in Chile.
This office opened its doors for the first time in 1999, when Costa Rica signed a free trade agreement with Chile. However, a few years ago PROCOMER decided to close it in order to establish a new business strategy that would revive the Costa Rican exports to the South American country.
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