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    Fair in Costa Rica Generated More Than $ 58 Million in Businesses

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Buyers Mission (BTM, for its acronym in English) generated in two days more than 58 million dollars in business among Costa Rican exporters and buyers from over 30 countries, said Procomer.

    Of the total, $ 21.9 million (37.3%) were negotiated by the agricultural sector, 21.3 million (36.3%) by the food sector and 15.5 million (26.4%) by specialized industries.

    Among the countries most interested in the products of Costa Rica are the United States, Spain, Dominican Republic, China, Mexico, Canada, Peru, Paraguay, Panama and Puerto Rico.

    The most popular products in this fifteenth edition of the BTM were: pineapple, meat, beverages, furniture, orange juice concentrate, doors, teak floors, chayote, veterinary products and snacks.

    This fair is listed as the most important trade event in the country, and allows the participation of  business owners in sectors such as agriculture, plants, flowers and foliage, food, metalworking and construction, plastics, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, as well as aerospace and automotive products.

    In total, more than 2,500 business meetings took place since Wednesday. ACAN-EFE

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