Guatemala's vice president aims to think big in Asia
Guatemalan Vice-President Rafael Espada flew out on a visit to Taiwan and Korea, promising to "think big" and shake off Guatemala's inferiority complex.
Monday, May 19, 2008
Espada said he would portray Guatemala as "a modern, democratic country with a social democratic government that has a vision of growth combined with social responsibility." He added that he would seek to woo potential investors.
Guatemala's Vice-President Rafael Espada held meetings in Seoul with South Korean business leaders in an attempt to persuade them to invest in his country.
President Daniel Ortega's government told free-trade zone companies that it will promote investment in the sector, according to business sources.
Golf in becoming a key element in Costa Rica's tourist industry. The sport generates US$86.7 million a year in hotel accommodation, food, recreation and purchases of equipment.
Panamanian telecoms company Telecarrier reported a 40 percent increase in 2007 sales, in line with its aim of consolidating its lead in providing service to corporate clients, Miguel Vásquez, the company's vice-president of finance, said.
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