Mexican Trade Mission to Belize
Tuesday, June 10th, 2014
Press Release – Embassy of Mexico to Belize, June 9th, 2014-
ProMéxico (the Trade and Investment Mexican Agency) and the Embassy of Mexico are organizing a trade mission on June 18th at the Embassy in Belmopan and on June 19th at the Institute of Mexico in Belize City.
The objective of the mission is to strengthen trade relations between Mexico and Belize, identifying potential buyers and suppliers of a variety of products and/or services, as well as to find investment opportunities.
Products include: chilli pepper sauces, achiote marinade, ketchup, vinegars, vanilla, jam concentrates, sausages, wines, liquors, chemical products for water treatment, water pumps and environmental sanitizers, paints, waterproofing pastes, protective coatings (paint, lumber and metals), industrial solvents, demoisturizing compounds, cleaning & drain openers, stainless steel polish & cleaner, non-chlorinated degreasers, CRM Software and GPS.
Services include software development technology focused on e-government and companies, development of CRM software, as well as consulting services on water treatment.
The Embassy of Mexico invites companies, entrepreneurs, government officials, business associations and other interested people and organizations to meet with their Mexican counterparts.
The Embassy highlights that with ProMexico´s participation, the mission also represents a great opportunity for the Belizean business community to establish contact with other companies in Mexico.
For further details please contact the Mexican Embassy at 822-0406 or write to[email protected]
Visit the Mexican Embassy’s website: www.sre.gob.mx/belice
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