El Salvador Could Open Trade Office in China

In order to exploit the opportunities offered by the Chinese market, the Salvadoran government is studying a way to do it without affecting relations with Taiwan.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

A study of relations with People's Republic of China, conducted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador concluded that for this year, 2013, the country could open a commercial office in the Asian nation.

"... The letter explains that the objective of the business office is to "make the best efforts for economic promotion between the People's Republic of China (PRC) and El Salvador ... ", noted an article in Elmundo.com.sv.

"There is no doubt that business relations with the People's Republic of China were deficient for El Salvador, as 2012 closed with a deficit of - $599,837,513. To date, in March 2013, the trend is similar: the current deficit is $54,332,124 ", according to the study ...".

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