Taiwan delegation to buy coffee from El Salvador
A Taiwan procurement delegation, organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), is making a coffee trade inspection tour of El Salvador to study the feasibility of importing the product from the Central American country, a TAITRA official said yesterday.
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
The official said that during its two-day visit, the delegation, comprised of coffee importers and led by TAITRA Chairman Hsu Chih-jen, will gain first-hand information on El Salvador's coffee industry, including coffee quality and plantation management.
From February to June businessmen from both countries will conduct missions and trade fairs in El Salvador and in the Asian nation.
A trade show featuring companies from the Asian island will take place from 14th to 17th March in Tegucigalpa.
Considering there is a free trade agreement, the Salvadoran Coffee Council will promote coffee in Taiwan this year.
An Asian trade mission is to come to El Salvador, with an eye toward potential business in machinery, beauty products, jewelry, construction materials, plastics and textiles.
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