Panama to participate in marine products fair

Panama will promote its marine products for export at the next International Boston Seafood & Seafood Processing America fair which will take place from March 15 - 17 in the US.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Spanish.china.org.con reports: "The Ministry of Trade and Industry (Mici) said that business owners linked to the fishing industry will be selected by the Department of Export Promotion to attend the fair which was visited last year by 90 international lecturers and more than 11,000 visitors.

The United States is the main export market for Panamanian products and marine products, despite the economic recession."



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