Taiwanese companies looking to move to Central America and the Dominican Republic
Taiwanese investors with companies already established on mainland China, in Vietnam and southern North America are now looking to Central America and the Dominican Republic.
Friday, August 8, 2008
They are seeking lower operational costs and are attracted by the business opportunities created by the Free Trade Agreement between the United States, Central America and the Dominican Republic (CAFTA-DR).
At the opening of the Guatemala Investment Summit the country was presented to 259 entrepreneurs from 26 countries as an attractive investment destination.
An article in the Financial Times notes that Managua should be considered as a strategic place to invest in.
Four industrial firms are to visit the country between the 14th and 16th of May in order to learn about business and investment opportunities.
The General Director of Investor Services for the Industry and Trade Ministry of Panama, Guillermo Antonio Vilorio, is promoting the advantages of investing in Panama these days.
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