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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rican companies for gardens and crops, along with the Foreign Trade Sector of Costa Rica (Procomer), will participate in the IPM Essen Germany Fair 2014 which runs from today until next Friday in Germany.

    The eleven companies involved in IPM Essen, the leading trade fair for horticulture, will have the opportunity to network with potential buyers from various countries.

    The Trade Promotion manager of Procomer, Alvaro Piedra, said that Procomer assists companies during the fair to “position them in the market, analyze the competition, and begin negotiations for export.”

    The exhibition booth, with the country brand “Essential Costa Rica” will feature an exhibition of Costa Rican exports, a coffee tasting, and a painter who is draws images of plants and flowers that are in the country.

    “The main benefit for companies attending this fair is that being in the country creates trust for potential buyers who are interested in their products,” Stone said.

    IPM Essen 2014 is an important showcase for the market of plants and horticulture and receives visitors from at least 100 countries with over 1,500 exhibitors, reported Procomer. (ACAN-EFE)

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