Taiwan Businessmen Looking For Coffee

A Taiwanese trade mission will visit all of the Central American countries except Costa Rica in order to explore business opportunities in the coffee sector.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Between February 23rd and March 14th a trade mission of Taiwanese businesspeople will be visiting Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador in search of opportunities in the coffee industry.

The information was confirmed by John CC Lai, general director of the Department of International Cooperation and Economic Affairs, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Asian nation.

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