Trade Mission to Colombia and Panama. May 13-16, 2013.

Latin America Economic Outlook. Courtesy of OECD.org

Latin America Economic Outlook. Courtesy of OECD.org

Colombia and Panama have a combined import business that exceeds $70 billion a year, primarily in the transportation, consumer products, and fuel industries.

The United States Department of Commerce is organizing a Trade Mission to Bogotá, Colombia and Panama City, Panama. Dates are May 13-16, 2013. This will be an executive-led mission, which will focus on helping U.S. companies launch or increase their export business in the promising sectors within the transportation infrastructure markets of these two countries. The mission will include business-to-business matchmaking appointments with local companies, as well as market briefings, and networking events.

In both Colombia and Panama the governments and private sector are investing some $30 billion in infrastructure projects. As a result, the mission will focus on export-ready U.S. firms in the following sectors: building products, construction equipment, electrical power systems, safety and security equipment, airport supplies, logistics and distribution solutions providers, port equipment, and intelligent transportation systems (ITS).

For more information, please contact Arica Young, (tel.) 202-482-6219 or (email) arica.young@trade.gov.

Export.gov – Trade Mission to Colombia and Panama.

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