Taiwanese Explore More Investment in Guatemala
Four industrial firms are to visit the country between the 14th and 16th of May in order to learn about business and investment opportunities.
Friday, May 11, 2012
A trade mission from Taiwan will arrive in Guatemala on May 14th, led by Carlos Liao, director of the Central American Trade Office (CATO), headquartered in Taipei, an agency that promotes mutual investments of American businessmen and Taiwanese firms, reported Prensalibre.com.
Four Taiwanese industrial companies are investigating sites to set up plants in Central America, preferably in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
A trade show featuring companies from the Asian island will take place from 14th to 17th March in Tegucigalpa.
The Nicaraguan Taiwanese Business Chamber has signed an agreement with the Central American Trade Office in Taiwan to promote trade.
A Taiwanese trade mission will visit all of the Central American countries except Costa Rica in order to explore business opportunities in the coffee sector.
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