Honduras - Peru Chamber of Commerce

Employers have announced that January 2015 will see the opening of the Honduran -Peruvian Chamber of Commerce which will focus on facilitating business between the two countries.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

With the affiliation of 32 Honduran companies, this initiative will seek to exploit business opportunities in the Peruvian market for Honduran companies.

The president of the Honduras-Peru Business Council, Obdulio Hernández told Latribuna.hn that "... A group of Honduran businessmen initiated talks with shipping companies to have more 'frequent' sea connections between Honduras and Peru for the purpose of increasing trade. "

He added that "... Honduras and Peru resumed negotiations for an FTA last April, a process that was interrupted in June 2011 due to differences between the two countries."

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March 2018

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France-Panama Chamber of Commerce

February 2016

The new business entity seeks to convene 100 companies in two years, and foster business development, trade and investment between Panama and the European country.

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New France - Nicaragua Chamber of Commerce

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Salvadoran Chamber of Commerce in Quebec

March 2012

As of January 3rd, 2012 the Salvadoran Chamber of Commerce of Quebec was established with the Federal Government of Canada, and will be officially launched today.

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