With an eye to opening up new business opportunities for domestic exporters, the Foreign Trade of Costa Rica (PROCOMER) inaugurated Thursday a new headquarters in the Seoul, South Korea’s capital city.
“With this new sales representation in addition to the existing ones, there are 41 offices around the world which continue to support the efforts of Costa Rican internationalization,” said the Procomer press release.
“Located in the new premises of the Embassy of Costa Rica in a very central location in the city, surrounded by commercial activity, it is expected that the office will provide a renewed drive for Costa Rican exports to this and other Asian markets and also help strengthen investment flows between the two countries,” continued the statement.
Alexander Mora, Minister of Foreign Trade and president of the Procomer board of directors, said the trade office is an opportunity promote and strengthen the position of Costa Rica goods and services in global markets.
“It is a logic of diversification and generation of new opportunities,” said Mora.
This is the 41st trade office Costa Rica has around the world.
The South Korea trade office is also a great opportunity for the country to continue promoting its Esencial Costa Rica brand around the world.