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Panama business mission seeks Peruvian partners
May 7, 2012
A Panama business mission, made up of 30 companies, will participate in the Trade Fair "Panama Days" to be held May 7 to 9 in Lima, in order to seek Peruvian partners and do businesses taking advantage of the bilateral Free Trade (FTA), said Panama's Ambassador to Peru, Carlos Linares.
The fair is organized by the Embassy of Panama in Peru, together with the company Panama Advisors and the Association of Members of the Colon Free Zone and will take place in Los Delfines Hotel.
"The Colon Free Zone companies aim to promote their products, establish contacts and seek Peruvian representatives to boost bilateral trade," Linares told Andina news agency.
The Panama's delegation also expect that Peruvian companies use the Colon Free Zone, which is the second largest free zone in the world, with over 1600 companies, and take advantage of the logistic platform of the Panama Canal.
"In this event, we will explain the benefits of the Fiscal Incentives Act of Panama so that Peruvian companies can directly or through a partner, do businesses and redistribute their products in the region or re-introduce their products in Panama", he said.
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