Sunday, July 3, 2022

Colombia Seeks To Export Mango, Pitaya, Bell Peppers To US In Trade Talks

Colombia’s vice minister of foreign trade Laura Valdivieso Jiménez met this week with US undersecretary of commerce Gilbert Kaplan during his visit to Colombia to discuss trade, when she brought up for discussion agricultural admissibility of several agricultural products.

In the first half of this year, Colombia exported US$6.85 billion dollars worth of products, or 29% of the country’s entire exports, making the US Colombia’s most important trading partner, reports Finance Colombia.

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