Business Council of Latin America in Honduras

On March 20th-21st businessmen and representatives of the governments of the region will meet in Tela, Honduras.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Entrepreneurs and representatives of governments in the region will attend a meeting of the International-Latin American Business Council (CEAL) to be held in Honduras on 20 and 21 March.

"The will be exhibitors including the former President of Spain, José María Aznar, who will talk about the pursuit of equitable development in government-business relations."

"Also, there will be a panel made up of the presidents of Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama and Guatemala to discuss the issue of special development zones in the Gulf of Fonseca."

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