The visit is scheduled for the 23rd and 24th of February.
It is expected for the group of businessmen to participate in the tourism fair "Tourism Showcase ANATO 2011", which will be inaugurated by the two presidents. At least 10 tour companies from El Salvador are expected to attend, exhibiting their work and tourist packages.
There is also preparation for the El Salvador - Colombia business meeting which will convene about 40 Salvadoran companies in areas such as food, services and software development, metallurgy, medical devices, energy, textiles, tourism, call centers, etc. .
The corporate agenda of this meeting will include presentations on the business climate, trade and investment opportunities and the exchange of successful business experiences in both countries. There will also be business conferences and workshops on investment issues with Colombian companies as attendees and opportunities offered by the FTA between the two nations, which has been in effect for a year.
The Salvadoran President will inaugurate a Business Forum in Colombia on February 23, during his official visit which includes a delegation of businessmen from El Salvador.
President Funes said that included on his agenda is the promotion of private investments between the two nations and to open new business opportunities for businessmen from El Salvador, besides strengthening the existing trade flows between both countries and encourage Colombian businessmen to invest in El Salvador and El Salvador to invest in Colombia.
Mexican investors who are to visit Honduras in June, will be looking for business in the agribusiness, education and furniture sectors.
The volume of potential investments would not be less than $20 million.
This was confirmed by Daniel Aguilar, regional president in San Pedro Sula at the National Association of Industrialists (ANDI), who explained that the visit is being managed through the newly created Mexican Honduran Chamber of Commerce.
Representatives from 21 companies interested in doing business will arrive on Feb. 23rd
Representatives from 21 companies will arrive in Guatemala on 23rd and February 24th to explore possible business opportunities, said the president of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Guatemala, Rafael Briz.
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