Canadian Companies will Visit Panama

12 infrastructure, construction and marine technology companies will tour Panama.

Friday, January 28, 2011

The mission is organized by the Canadian Atlantic Opportunity Agency (ACOA), and aims to ensure involvement of these companies in large infrastructure projects in the country, including the Panama Canal and the Metro.

This is the third edition of this tour, which in its previous edition generated $ 7.5 million in businesses.

Participating companies are Moloney Electric Inc., Atlantic Industries Limited, Troy Fire and Life Safety Limited, Cavendish Farms, Blue Oceans Satellite Systems Inc, Cartright Drilling Inc, Compusult Limited, Marine Industrial Lighting Systems Ltd, Aecon Fabco, Irving Shipbuilding Inc, LED Roadway Lighting Ltd and Northern Abrasives Inc.

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Indian Pharmacists Visit Guatemala

September 2012

A trade mission comprising of representatives from 22 pharmaceutical companies in India will be exploring business opportunities in the country.

Organized by the Embassy of India and the Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala, the meeting aims to promote and facilitate trade conditions.

Buyers Trade Mission in Costa Rica

January 2012

The Buyers Trade Mission (BTM) will take place from 24th to 28th September 2012 at Hotel Ramada Plaza Herradura, Costa Rica.

The event will feature at least 250 international companies who aim to strike export deals with approximately 250 Costa Rican companies through business agendas, display stands, conferences and also a showroom of high-tech industrial products produced in Costa Rica.

Panamanian Trade Mission to Honduras and El Salvador

May 2011

Negotiations will be conducted in San Salvador on 30 and 31 May and in Tegucigalpa on 2 and 3 June 2011.

A Press Release states:

“The Ministry of Commerce and Industry of Panama is organizing joint trade mission to be held in San Salvador, El Salvador from 30 to 31 May and in Tegucigalpa, Honduras on 2 and June 3, 2011.

Taiwanese Trade Mission Visits El Salvador

March 2011

19 companies will conduct a trade mission on April 4th.

The Taiwanese delegation is composed of companies from various industries such as machinery, tools, construction materials and health.

C.Y. Liu, economic advisor for the Taiwanese embassy, noted his country’s desire of increasing trade relations with El Salvador.

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