Chinese Trade Show in El Salvador

The first Chinese trade show in El Salvador could take place in October.

Friday, March 19, 2010

It would be hosted at CIFCO, the International Center for Fairs and Conventions, and would include the participation of various industries, such as machinery, telecommunications, home appliances, vehicles and motorcycles, among others.

An Dalí, from the Central American – Chinese Chamber of Commerce, said this will be an opportunity for Salvadoran companies. “We are a nation that buys $500 billion a year. The door is open for El Salvador, and local businessmen should take advantage of this opportunity”, he said.

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