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Facilitating business and trade between Western Canada & Latin America.
Latin America and the Caribbean have maintained high levels of economic growth and financial resilience through 2013. According to the IMF (International Monetary Fund), growth in Latin America and the Caribbean has picked up from 3 percent in 2012 to 3.5 percent in 2013.
Behind the steady growth and continuing tailwinds are stronger external demand, favorable financing conditions and the effects of earlier policy easing in some countries.
These topics and more were discussed in great detail during the first ever Latin American Business Trade Show in Western Canada, ExpoPlaza Latina 2013, last February.
EXPOPLAZA LATINA 2014:
British Columbia's 2nd International Business Conference for the Americas
ExpoPlaza Latina is the premier platform that allows participants to discover untapped business opportunities that exist between British Columbian and Latin American organizations.
At this year's event, we will aim to bridge the gap between these two regions through high-energy
panel discussions, workshops and networking opportunities. ExpoPlaza Latina will also actively facilitate business matchmaking meetings to further develop potential partnerships.
A major theme at the 2014 international business conference will be fostering growth in trade
with the newly formed Alianza del Pacífico,
a Latin American trading bloc that includes
Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. Discussion surrounding this topic will focus on how BC can leverage existing bi-lateral free-trade agreements to promote trade and investment opportunities with Alianza regions.
The Pacific Alliance - Opportunities for Canada & Latin America
• LNG - Opportunities in Latin America
• Mining-Medium Term Industry Outlook
• Oil & Gas - Opportunities in Brazil
• Cleantech - Incubators & Starts-ups
• Government - Contracting & Financing in