Salvadoran Trade Mission in USA

The second Salvadoran trade mission of purchasers and importers will travel to Florida from September 20 to 24.

Friday, July 10, 2009

The mission is organized by the Salvadoran American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham), and the U.S. Embassy in El Salvador, and expects 10 companies to participate.

Cecilia de Avila, commercial assistant at the U.S. Embassy reported to El Mundo newspaper: "... this trade mission looks for entrepreneurs to exchange knowledge and promote innovation, for companies to offer and increase their production and its quality, and to satisfy the demands of the U.S. market."

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