El Salvador: Boost in Exports to Taiwan

Sugar, coffee, fishmeal, plastics and paper products are the best selling products to the Asian island.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

According to the Taiwanese Embassy in El Salvador during the first 11 months of 2013, exports from the Central American nation to Asian countries grew by 576 %. Among the products that are exported to Taiwan are sugar, coffee, fish meal, paper, cardboard, plastics.

Meanwhile the Central Reserve Bank (BCR) , reported $45.5 million in export earnings in the same period.

" ... this year actions are being planned to support local entrepreneurs seeking business with that country, such as the arrival of a Taiwanese mission of buyers of Salvadoran coffee in March and a business conference with businessmen from both countries in April " .

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