Guatemala presented to Taiwanese investors

The Guatemalan government is seeking to attract investors on its visit to Taiwan by highlighting the competitive advantages of the country.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Macro-economic stability in country which represents 35% of the regional economy, the "privileged" location on the border of the North American Market, and a favorable investment climate were, generally speaking, the reasons that the Minister of the Economy, Romulo Caballeros, presented to convince Taiwanese investors to place their capital in Guatemala.

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