Israel to Welcome Mexican Companies in Trade Tie Drive

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Representatives of 20 Mexican companies are to arrive in Israel on May 17 for a four-day visit, to mark the fourth anniversary of the free trade agreement between the two countries.

The Mexican companies will be in Israel to work with Israeli companies in promoting various enterprises, including the possibility of Mexican investment in Israeli real estate, says the Mexico representative of Israel's Industry and Trade Ministry, Yitzhak Kastiel.

The visit was jointly organized by the head of foreign trade at the Industry Ministry, the head of the ministry's department to promote Israeli exports and the Israel-Mexico trade office.

During the four days, the delegation will meet with Israeli companies and visit a range of industrial plants.

Kastiel added that the visit was the initiative of the Mexico-Israel trade department at the Israeli embassy in Mexico, and aimed to continue the growth in trade between the two countries.

He said that the delegation's visit could help boost the trade agreement initiated in 2000.



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