U.S. Companies Analyze Investing in Honduras

Representatives from call center and outsourcing companies told president Porfirio Lobo their intention of investing in the country.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Executives from Ovum, Arledge Company and Harts Group met with Grupo Karim's, the administrator of Altia Business Park.

"These companies operate in the call center industry, server support, back office services, telemarketing and providing operation centers for regional corporations", explained an article in Proceso Digital.

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