Puerto Rican Commercial Mission Coming Soon

April 16, 2004

WITH the goal of promoting commercial, industrial and agricultural trade, Puerto Rico Governor Sila Calderón and a Puerto Rican commercial mission will visit Costa Rica April 21-24.

Governor Calderón is expected to reopen a trade office for the Central American region in Costa Rica in preparation of the Central American Free-Trade Agreement (CAFTA) with the United States, AFP wire service reported.

Puerto Rican companies specializing in the distribution of plastic bags, molds, tubes, cleaning machinery, medical services and cereals, among others, will attempt to establish contacts with Costa Rican firms and network with potential local distributors.

Those interested in meeting with the Puerto Rican business leaders can call Laura Castro at 253-0126 or e-mail lcastro@crecex.com

 

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