30 Countries will attend Buyers Trade Mission Promoting Costa Rican Products

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Approximately 180 entrepreneurs from 30 countries will visit the Buyers Trade Mission (BTM) this year, which will be held from September 17th to 19th, announced Procomer. The event will take place at the Real Intercontinental Hotel in Guachipelín, San Rafael of Escazú.

    This is the 15th edition of the Buyers Mission, for which about 250 small and medium-sized local companies are preparing to offer their products and close export business deals.

    Mission will organize meetings for company owners and free talks will be delivered by international speakers.

    In the edition of 2010, agreements for businesses of $ 35 million were reached; in 2011 the figure rose to $ 38 million and in 2012 to $ 40 million. This year even more companies and entrepreneurs are expected to participate in areas that will range from agricultural products, plants, flowers and foliage, food, metalworking and construction, plastics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, as well as products for the aerospace and automotive industry.

    International speakers and visitors will deliver free talks to the public. LN

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose, Costa Rica

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