Local Private Sector Visits Belize On Trade Mission

Home*Cover Story*News

Local Private Sector Visits Belize On Trade Mission

A local delegation from the private sector left Tuesday on a Trade Mission to Belize and will return on February 3rd.

The Trade Mission comprises twenty-three companies from the food and beverage, transportation and logistics, oil and gas, marketing, and health services sectors.

The Trade Mission will include a Doing Business Seminar, Business to Business Meetings and Site Visits to Businesses.

These will provide Trinidad and Tobago’s exporters with networking opportunities, a chance to share market information and the opportunity to meet with potential buyers and agents.

In addition, Minister of Trade and Industry, Paula Gopee Scoon, will engage in bilateral discussions with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, the Minister of Agriculture and the Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance, Belize.

A Meeting will also be held with the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

These discussions will seek to strengthen trading relations between both countries which will advance the export prospects for local manufacturers.

It is organized by the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association and ExporTT, the National Export Facilitation Organization of Trinidad and Tobago.