Posted On 09 Jun 2017
Eurocámaras, formed by Chambers of Commerce of Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom in Ecuador, will seek to promote a bilateral exchange during the First Business Meeting to be held in early July.
The meeting, which also seeks to strengthen the relationship between the European Union and Ecuador after the signing of the multiparty trade agreement later last year, aims to locate new business opportunities “in a double way.”
Jorg Zehnle, the delegate of Eurocámaras, said in an interview with the public agency Andes that the business meeting will be held in Quito, on July 4, and will be replicated two days later in the port city of Guayaquil, the economic knot of the South American country.
“The objective is to inform the Ecuadorian entrepreneurs about the possibilities that exist (in trade), but much more about the requirements that have to be met” to export to Europe, added Zehnle (I).