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MENAFN Press - 24/02/2014
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(MENAFN Press) Among the high-profile dignitaries seen at Gulfood 2014 was Ecuador's Minister of International Trade, His Excellency Francisco Rivadeneira, who inaugurated the Ecuadorian pavilion organised by PRO ECUADOR, at Hall 3 of the Dubai World Trade Centre. H.E. Rivadeneria is in the UAE with a high-level delegation to discuss bilateral trade between the UAE and Ecuador



His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Minister of Finance & Industry and Deputy Ruler of Dubai stopped by the Ecuadorian stand and met His Excellency Rivadeneria



This year, Ecuador marks its second appearance at Gulfood with PRO ECUADOR bringing along 14 Ecuadorian companies as exhibitors who will promote products and services ranging from fruits to flowers and cocoa to confectionary. Their participation in the world's biggest annual foodservice, hospitality and retail event held in Dubai from 23-27 February 2014 is aimed at further strengthening its presence in the Middle East and as among Dubai's fastest growing trade partner


About PRO ECUADOR
PRO ECUADOR is the Trade and Investment promotion organisation of Ecuador, an agency of the Ecuadorian Ministry of International Trade. It is responsible for the business development of domestic exporters as well as the implementation of policies and rules to promote exports and investments into the country. PRO ECUADOR aims to foster strategic bilateral trade and penetrate existing and emerging markets across the world. PRO ECUADOR has seven regional offices responsible for supporting Ecuadorian producers and exporters. It also has 33 International commercial offices, in key markets including the UAE, to promote the export supply of goods and services of Ecuadorian companies abroad. PRO ECUADOR aims to open new markets for Ecuadorian products, identifying market opportunities, buyers, entry market requirements, and participation in trade promotion events such as fairs, trade missions and business conferences.

 


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