Peruvian Businessmen Visit Costa Rica

These entrepreneurs are looking for local distributors, to introduce their products to the national market.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Crecex, the Chamber of Local Representatives of Foreign Companies, will hold business rounds on September 21.

Katherinne Chaves, a Crecex executive, told newspaper La Prensa Libre that "Peruvian businessmen are interested in getting in touch with Costa Rican distributors, in order to introduce their products to our market. For this end, Crecex gives them profiles on how products move in the market, and organizes them business agendas".

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