Guatemala's Planesa uses Mexican springboard for fruit exports to US
Planesa, a Guatemalan producer and exporter of blackberries, raspberries and peas, is boosting sales to the United States by investing in Mexico.
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Planesa manages its crop cycles in Mexico and Guatemala to ensure continued supplies to the US market.
One dollar in Mexico now costs over 16 pesos, having accumulated 9.5% depreciation since the beginning of 2015 and 23% since October 2014.
Government, business and international experts will discuss how to get the country to boost local capacity and take advantage of the opportunities of the global economy.
A four-year plan to attract US$1.5 billion in foreign investment and promote the energy sector was unveiled last week by the Guatemalan government.
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