In July, some 100 American businessmen will visit Panama to look at potential investment opportunities. John B. Sosa, former president of the United States-Panama Business Council (USPA), confirmed that one of the most striking areas for American businessmen is the logistics and port sectors.
The logistics sector is the one that attracts entrepreneurs from around the world, confirmed Walter Luchsinger, president of the U.S. Panama Business Council (USPA).
Panama and the United States have had a very good business relationship for over 100 years and the recently ratified a TPC between the two countries made clear the benefit to both economies.
A trade mission has been organized for November 14 to 17 for businessmen and government officials from Panama to go to New York City.
From a statement issued by Amcham Panama:
The American Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Panama (AmCham)in its role as catalyst and facilitator of exchange and trade development between Panamanian and US companies, has organized its fifth trade mission to the US bound for New York City. The mission will take place from November 14 to 17 this year.
Salvadorean businessmen will visit Florida August 24-26 as members of a trade mission.
The trade mission is supported by the Trade Section of the American Embassy. Participants will visit Miami International Airport, the Port of Miami, the Everglades Port, and a free trade zone in the area.
On 10 November, a joint mission will travel abroad to promote foreign direct investment mainly from Germany, England and France.
General Alvaro "Baltodano said that although there are European investors in Nicaragua such as the Barceló Group, the cocoa producer Ritter Sports and the automotive component manufacturer Draexlmaier, the country needs to attract more investment as part of the benefits available under the AA with Central America", reported Elnuevodiario.com.ni.
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