Salvadoran exports to Taiwan increase 79%
EXPORTA attributes the increase to the free trade agreement with the island, which has been in effect for 7 months as yesterday.
Thursday, October 2, 2008
From March to August of this year, El Salvador increase its exports to Taiwan by 79%, Eugenia Yang, economic adviser at the Taiwanese Embassy in the country, reported.
Honduras and Taiwan ratified a free trade agreement that was signed just over a year ago and also includes El Salvador.
A trade mission composed of representatives from 22 companies in different industries met with Salvadoran businesspeople.
During the first six months of 2013 foreign sales totaled $2.822 billion, $151 million more than in the same period in 2012.
El Salvador's exports broke all records in the January-May period this year, growing at 19.4 percent compared with 2007 and totalling 1.906 billion dollars.
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