Canada and Nigeria to Participate at Panama Trade Fair
Panama, March 21 (Prensa Latina) Around thirty nations from America, Europe, Asia and Africa, including Canada and Nigeria will participate for the first time at the 35th Trade Fair Expocomer-2017, which will be held from March 22th to 25th, in Panama.
In a press conference, the president of PanamaÂ´s Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture, Jorge Garcia, said that despite the regionally economic and political plight, Expocomer-2017 is considered as a valuable tool to carry out some business and trades between these nations.
In addition, he stated that over 500 companies related to technology, services, food, beverages, agribusiness and textiles, among others are expected to participate in this fair. Such enterprises will have the opportunity to exhibit their products and take advantage of this opening to start off on new businesses.
Among the novelties of the event stands out the 1st National Agricultural Symposium, which is aimed at furthering and striving for some strategies for the domestic agricultural progress, for which it is envisaged the participation of specialists from Panama, Mexico, the United States and Argentina .
The official agenda also includes the International Meeting of Mayors, with the attendance of the highest authorities from more than 65 municipalities, who will be exchanging insights on security policies in local governments.
Besides, two Forums: the International on Safety and Risk Management for Corporate Sustainability and the Workshop on the Accusatory Criminal System, the 4th Business Round Table, among other activities, are included in the corresponding program of the most important fair in Central America.
As stressed by Expocomer Chairman, Fernando Arango, 100 purchasers stemming from Central America, South America and the Caribbean have confirmed their attendance to date, as well as nearly 10 thousand businessmen.
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