Costa Rica to Open New Trade Opportunities With South Korea
By Wendy Anders
Costa Rican leaders ready for a trade mission next week to enhance trade relations with South Korea.
Last year 71 Costa Rican companies exported 62 different products to South Korea, including radio and television parts, green coffee, medical prostheses, bananas, and pineapples, said the Foreign Ministry yesterday.
Costa Rican officials will seek to expand market opportunities for Costa Rican food, agriculture, electronic, and chemical products, as well as in the service sector, and for mobile applications (games), digital animation, and Spanish language instruction, reported the Foreign Ministry.
President Solis will meet his South Korean counterpart, Park Geun-hye, on Wednesday 12 October 12 to sign cooperation agreements.
These agreements will be in the areas of tax information exchange mechanisms, health cooperation, security cooperation, small and medium business promotion, and education