Quito, Nov 17 (EFE) .- The Ecuadorian Minister of Foreign Trade, Pablo Campana, will present a portfolio of investments in the country in visits to the Arab Emirates, Russia, South Korea and Japan, was officially informed today.
"Part of my management is to present the new Ecuador internationally as a country that is attractive for investment," he said. Campaign in reference to its international journey to deepen commercial relations, open new markets and attract direct private investment to the country.
The minister will present a investment catalog valued at 33,000 million dollars, says the Ministry of Foreign Trade in a statement.
According to the agenda, Campana will be in Dubai from 19 to 22 of November, and will meet with Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, chairman of the board of directors of the company DP World, a company that manages 70 port terminals on all continents, to discuss on issues related to international logistics.
In addition, he will talk with executives of Dubai Petroleum and visit Ecuadorian artisans called by PRO ECUADOR for a international exhibition.
In this meeting, it will strengthen bilateral relations with representatives of the Economic Department of Dubai, Lebanese investors, businessmen grouped in the Chamber of Commerce and Industries; Exterior will come to Russia to talk with its Economic Development partner, Maksim Oreshkin, with the aim of strengthening the commercial relationship between Ecuador and the country Eurasian.
It will also maintain contacts with representatives of the Intergovernmental Commission of Economic and Commercial Ecuadorian Cooperation (CICEC), which plans to meet the Second half of March 2018.
From November 30 to December 4, the Secretary of State will be in South Korea, where he will expose the opportunities to invest in Ecuador before entrepreneurs from the aeronautical, hydrocarbon, tuna and other industries that could contribute to local development.
On December 5, it will arrive in Japan, where it will remain four days to present the portfolio of Ecuadorian projects to the Federation of Companies (Keidanren), a guild that brings together 30 Japanese corporations with investments in Latin America and the world.
Afterwards, he will travel to Argentina, where he will participate in the XI Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO), scheduled from the 10th to the 13th. December.
According to the Ministry, this international tour is part of the efforts of the National Government to leverage public and private actions that promote employment, improve access to new markets and increase the presence of the country on a global scale.