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Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum
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Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum
Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum
Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum
Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum
Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum
Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum
Five business organizations and the Costa Rican delegation co-hosted Korea-Costa Rica business forum

Five business organizations in Korea - including Korea International Trade Association (Chairman: Christopher Koo), Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Korea Enterprises Federation, Korea Federation of SMEs and the Federation of Middle Market Enterprises of Korea - and Costa Rica Exports Promotion Agency (La Promotora del Comercio Exterior de Costa Rica, or PROCOMER) co-hosted Korea - Costa Rica Trade and Investment Forum on November 24th at the Hilton Millennium Hotel in Seoul.


President Carlos Alvarado Quesada of Costa Rica, who is on his state visit to Korea, took part in the Forum. President Alvarado is reportedly known to have a great interest in the economy and culture of Korea. He met officials from major Korean companies, including Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motors, and Korean companies currently investing in Costa Rica, including Celltrion, Chong Kun Dang Group and Seegene - all of which are biomedical companies, and also Sae-A Group. President Alvarado had discussions with officials from these companies to search for possible avenues for economic cooperation between the two countries.


In his opening remarks, Chairman Koo mentioned, “As celebrating the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Korea and Costa Rica becomes imminent, it is high time the two countries seek a deeper level of sustainable cooperation” and added, “Among many sectors, renewable energy, hygiene and healthcare, information and communications technology sectors are expected to produce remarkable results through bilateral cooperation.”
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