Canada aims to boost business with Honduras

Canadian business leaders and Canada's trade representative in Central America, Adolfo Quesada, took part in a "Doing business in Canada" seminar that sought to boost trade relations with Honduras.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

The Canadians said that Honduras could export products such as oriental vegetables, tilapia, tropical fruit and textiles to Canada on preferential terms.

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