Trade Agreements With Chinese Cities

Chambers of Commerce and Importers in Costa Rica are in direct negotiation with cities in China with high potential as buyers.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

The Costa Rican Chamber of Importers (Crecex) has signed agreements with the cities of Hunan, Jinan and Zhejiang, while the Chamber of Commerce (CCCR) did the same with Hubei, Jinan, Tianjin, Hunan and Nianjing.

The signing of the agreements was held at the Seventh China and Latin America Business Summit held in Costa Rica on 26 and 27 November and whose main objective was to promote trade between the two regions.

José Manuel Quirce, chief of Crecex, said the approach was taken with medium-sized cities in the country, which represent an opportunity to sell domestic products.

Meanwhile, Álvaro Stone, manager of Commercial Promotion of the Foreign Trade Promotion Office (Procomer), said the Summit ended having conducted 2,300 business appointments.

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