The country will participate in 21 international fairs specializing in agricultural products, logistics, food, handicrafts and more.
As of October 2011 the value of contracts signed at fairs amounted to $660 million, $34 million more than in the same period in 2010.
Irma Vanessa Chong, general manager of Commercial Missions of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MITI), noted that new destinations have been identified for Panamanian exports (the Nordic countries, Russia, Japan).
The embassy of China will organize a trade fair in late July.
Over twenty companies from Taiwan will participate in the “Republic of China Taiwan Centennial Fair”, where they will showcase their products and share their successful experiences in international trade.
The fair will also involve Nicaraguan organizations, such as investment promotion agency ProNicaragua, and other entities linked to the export sector and trade with Asia.
12 companies are preparing to participate in the annual food fair to be held in Taipei, Taiwan, from 22 to 25 June.
The delegation is composed of producers of sugar cane, honey, tobacco, coffee beans, processed coffee, seafood, beef, beans and cheese among others.
"Food Taipei is attended by hundreds of businessmen from all over Asia, this represents an opportunity for Nicaragua to enter into other Asian markets through Taiwan, a country with which it has had a Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) since 2008. " noted an article in Laprensa.com.ni
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