Costa Rican companies aim to woo Europe

Costa Rica is sending a trade mission to Europe from July 12 to 18. Companies of all sizes are among the 21 represented on the mission.

Monday, July 7, 2008

The mission, which will include stops in France, Belgium and Luxembourg, coincides with the fourth round of talks on an association agreement between Central America and the European Union.
The companies include banks, coffee and banana exporters, and information technology specialists. Mission leaders say they hope to find business opportunities and attract European consumers to Costa Rica and its products.

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