El Salvador after Asian Coffee Market

Considering there is a free trade agreement, the Salvadoran Coffee Council will promote coffee in Taiwan this year.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Ana Elena Escalante, executive director of the Salvadoran Coffee Council (CSC), said that they can use Taiwan as a gateway for the Chinese market.

In this regard, a counselor from the Embassy of Taiwan in El Salvador said, "Taiwan signed a Framework Agreement on Economic Cooperation (ECFA) with mainland China last year which allows Taiwan to become a platform for El Salvador in order to enter that market," published Elmundo.com.sv.

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