Trade mission from Mexico to visit Panama

The visit by Mexican businessmen is being planned for November 10 in Panama City.

Friday, September 12, 2008

This second encounter is being promoted after the recent meeting of business persons from Panama and the Mexican State of Jalisco, in order to continue exploring business opportunities in tourism, agriculture, industries, wine and beverages, as well as technology, transport and logistics, the Panama Ministry of Trade and Industry reported in a press release.

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Mexican Trade Mission Visits El Salvador

November 2009

12 Mexican companies from different sectors are taking part in a business encounter with their Salvadoran counterparts.

Some of the industries represented at the event are food and beverages, liquor, confectionery, bakery supplies, food industry supplies, jewelry, cosmetics and beauty items, coffee, chocolate and medical equipment.

Indian Trade Mission in Panama

March 2011

Representatives from fifteen high-tech manufacturing firms are seeking business opportunities in Panama.

During preliminary meetings, logistic advantages for conducting business in Panama will be analyzed.

The head of the delegation, Mahesh Dasai, noted that "... the delegation´s visit, which will run for two days, also seeks to create business alliances between businessmen from both countries," reported Prensa.com.

Guatemalan Business Mission Visits El Salvador

April 2009

This coming May 6, businessmen from Guatemala will participate in a round of negotiations in El Salvador.

Guatemalan mission executives will explore market opportunities in the areas of food, ceramics, books, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, among others.

The event, organized by the School of Foreign Trade of the Guatemalan Association of Exporters (AGEXPORT), "will try to put ten Guatemalan entrepreneurs in contact with some 70 delegates from the country's [El Salvador] production sectors," according to an article reported in Prensa.com.

British Trade Mission Comes to Central America

February 2013

Entrepreneurs from the energy, infrastructure, mining and telecommunications sectors will first visit Guatemala and then Panama and Nicaragua.

Under the framework of British Week in Guatemala, organized by the Embassy of the United Kingdom, a mission of businessmen interested in trade and investment will be received in the country from 22 February to 2 March 2013, focusing on sectors such as energy, infrastructure, mining and telecommunications.

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