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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Chambers of Commerce of Costa Rica and Panama will combine to promote greater trade relations in Central America at the Franchise Expo fair, to be held in Panama on September 11 and 12.

    The Expo, organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Costa Rica, has been held three times, all in San Jose, but in 2014 formed a partnership with Panama to take place in their country.

    The director of the National Center of Franchise for the Costa Rican Chamber, Karol Fallas, said that the event opens possibilities for companies in sectors such as services and education to acquire franchises and operate in the region.

    He also noted that it is an opportunity for Costa Rican companies to become positioned in Panama, one of the main markets in Central America and with a great presence of franchises.

    Meanwhile, the Assistant Trade Promoter of Chamber of Commerce for Industries and Agriculture of Panama, Laura Jaramillo, said that the goal of the Expo is to attract companies interested in investing in any franchise.

    He said, for example, in recent years in Costa Rica there has been a movement on the issue of acquisition of franchises, especially food, which could be moved to other countries in the region. (ACAN-EFE)

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