Yishai to lead delegation to Mexico

Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor Eli Yishai will head a business delegation to Mexico next week to boost trade relations between the two countries and encourage investment from Mexico to Israel.

By SHARON WROBEL
February 7, 2007 07:32

 
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Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor Eli Yishai will head a business delegation to Mexico next week to boost trade relations between the two countries and encourage investment from Mexico to Israel. During his visit Yishai, will meeting with Mexico's finance minister, foreign minister, agriculture minister and labor minister as well as with potential investors from the country's Jewish community. After Brazil and Columbia, Mexico represents the third largest trade partner of Israel in Latin America with a bilateral volume of $320 million in 2006.

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