Guatemalan exporters will discuss best practices to increase their competitiveness.
The Exporters Association of Guatemala (Agexport), together with the Spanish company Barcelona Design Centre, will give talks to businessmen, which will provide advice on improving designs in each of the processes and production levels.
On February 13, representatives from the education and business sector will meet to discuss challenges and achievements in teaching English.
From a press release issued by the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama:
For the first time, representatives from the Panamanian education and business sectors will gather together to discuss challenges and achievements in the field of teaching English at the First National Bilingualism Forum entitled "Building Competitiveness".
Free zones in San José and Heredia represented 69% of foreign direct investment in 2010.
According to a study by the program "State of the Nation", the elements that most influenced companies' decision of where to settle were ease of finding human resources, quality of electrical power, security, infrastructure, telecommunications and availability of schools for the children of executives.
The law in Costa Rica that decriminalizes the business of photocopying disrupts the foundations of intellectual property rights, with the only justification for accessing protected property being the lack of economic means.
The first paragraph of the preamble to draft law No.
Roadworks, a free zone, a high rise residential condominium and a private school are some of the projects for which environmental impact studies were presented in April 2016.
The report "Construction projects in Costa Rica in April 2016", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides an updated list of major construction projects for which environmental impact studies (EIS) were presented to the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) in April.
Grupo ICE, composed of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) and its subsidiaries Radiográfica Costarricense (RACSA) and Compañía Nacional de Fuerza y Luz (CNFL), joined the Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies of Costa Rica (CAMTIC) as a strategic partner since June 2009.
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