Guatemala’s Exports to Mexico Up 16%

Between January and August Guatemala’s sales to Mexico increased by 16% compared to the same period last year.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

The increase in sales to Mexico has generated enthusiasm in the Guatemalan export sector, which is seeking to strengthen trade ties and convert the neighboring country into it's main export destination.

"This is the purpose of the Guatemalan Association of Exporters (Agexport) which on the 7th and 8th of October will be aiming to strengthen ties in what has been called the first Macro Business Round for Central America and Southern Mexico.

The intention is to increase the flow of trade to countries in the central region the Mexican states bordering the country", says the article Siglo21.com.gt

The event will feature up to a hundred and twenty-five companies from the agriculture and manufacturing sector.



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The activity which will take place on July 3 seeks to bring together suppliers of goods and services in the production chain with exporters.

From a press release issued by the Guatemalan Association of Exporters:

The Macro Conference on Multisectoral Products and Services, which is being organized by the Department of Promotion and Trade Information at AGEXPORT in its 3rd edition aims to be the largest network of providers nationwide for Guatemalan exporters. The event which will take place on July 3, 2014, will involve more than 20 buyers interested in agricultural, manufacturing and services.

Agexport Organizes Business Conference Central America - Mexico

September 2013

The event will be held on the 7th and 8th of November and will feature 20 minute appointments between sellers and buyers.

The activity will take place at the Hotel Intercontinental in Guatemala and is intended to facilitate contacts between national and international participants, promote brands and open new markets.

Guatemalan Trade Mission to Mexico

May 2013

Six companies from the food, agriculture and plastic's industries visited Mexico to present their products for export.

From a note from the Guatemalan Exporters Association (AGEXPORT):

Under the framework of the Mesoamerican Mesa proyect by AGEXPORT, 6 food companies, from the agricultural, foods and plastics industry visited the Mexican cities, Mexico City, Toluca and Puebla, and met with Fernando Andrade Díaz-Durán, Ambassador of Guatemala to Mexico, and COMCE representatives from that country, in order to present their export projects, and show their willingness to do business with the neighboring country.

Manufexport Completes Deals Worth $4 Million

July 2010

The organizers expect next year's business deals to be worth $50 million.

The 50 participating exhibitors and 57 international buyers held 962 business meetings.

The coordinator of the Guatemalan Exporters’ Association (AGEXPORT), Marco Tulio Recinos, told Sigloxxi.com that, "the event was a success" and added that, "markets were more diversified with 44% of buyers from the US but also representatives from the Dominican Republic and Mexico".

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