Trade Intelligence Office in Panama

The new government agency will focus on investigating trade flows and identifying market opportunities for importers and exporters in the country.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

The new office will focus primarily on the identification of export business opportunities, within the accesses to markets that have been achieved in the negotiation of different trade agreements signed by Panama, informed MICI.

From the MICI statement:

16-10-2019. Knowing which products are being imported by our main commercial partners, who are their main suppliers and the opportunities that national products have, will be some of the answers that Panamanian exporters will find in a friendly format in the new Office of Commercial Intelligence and Strengthening of Commercial Capacities of the Ministry of Commerce and Industries, which was presented today by the Minister of MICI, Ramon Martinez, before a large audience made up of businessmen, authorities and leaders of the private sector.
 
INTELCOM, the name with which this unit has been named, will focus primarily on the identification of export business opportunities within the access to markets that has been achieved in the negotiation of different trade agreements signed by Panama, said Minister Martinez.

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