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  • Chilean companies interested on investing in Mexico

    Mexico City.- Leonardo Banda, Commercial Director, ProChile, assured that there is increasing interest in Chile on investing in Mexico, and proof of this is that last year 7,000 companies made business with Mexican counterparts. He also informed: “More than 1,000 Chilean companies exported to the Mexican market, which is a very powerful indicator that there is much interest on making business and enter into strategic alliances with Mexican companies”. In an interview, Banda said that the private sector has special interest on entering alliances with Mexican companies in services sector, particularly to “attack” the Asian market. He explained that ProChile is the commercial department of Chile’s government responsible to promote Chilean products exports around the world.
    Source: Notimex | Date: 05/06/2012