Canadian firms represented in trade mission here

Delegations representing 12 companies from the Atlantic side of Canada are visiting Costa Rica to explore opportunities, the Canadian Embassy said Monday.

Trade between the two countries amounted to $699 million in 2012 with the bulk of goods being imports from Canada, said the embassy.

The visitors attended a session Monday where the tax policy of Costa Rica was discussed.  They also will visit Panamá, the embassy said. Canada and Costa Rica have a long-standing free trade agreement.

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