Textile Sector Forum in El Salvador

A meeting is being convened for the textile and clothing industry on March 16 in El Salvador, where the overall situation in the sector will be discussed.

Friday, March 11, 2016

From a statement issued by Proesa:

El Salvador is preparing for the third edition of the Forum of Textiles and Apparel (FOROTEX) 2016, a space where high-level international speakers present trends and strategies for competing in international markets.

This forum is being organized by the Chamber of Textile and Apparel Industry and Free Trade Zones in El Salvador (CAMTEX), which its organizers have called: "Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of CAFTA: What shall we do to compete with the TPP?".

More information: http://camtex.com.sv/



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