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Colombian Business Matchmaking Forum begins March 17
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The Colombian Business Matchmaking Forum, to be held from 17 to 18 March 2016 in Bogota, Colombia showcasing a wide range of innovative and high quality products, according to its organiser - ProColombia, the Colombian government trade bureau.

The event is expected to attract 2,000 Colombian suppliers and over 1,000 international buyers from sectors like textile, apparel, accessories, chemicals etc. During the 2-day event, buyers would be assisted with a tailored programme where they meet in a one-to-one business setting with qualified suppliers.

“More than a business matchmaking event, this is a contribution to the expansion of our export network. It helps our national industry grow and expand to new areas as well as give the American businesses an opportunity to explore and acquire our high-quality products manufactured with the highest innovation and attention to detail,” said Maria Claudia Lacouture, ProColombia's president said in a press release.

ProColombia, has played a significant role in promoting exports products including textiles and apparel from Colombia to the US, generating an increase of 3.7 percent since 2010. The Colombian government now has its focus on strengthening the growth of non-traditional products and the event is aimed to facilitate reliable trade export predominantly to US taking advantage of the Free Trade Agreement between them. (NA)

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