Dominican firms participating in Macrorrueda 95 in Barranquilla, Colombia are in search of to buy Colombian products for import into the Dominican Republic, in an effort to expand their offerings to consumers. ProColombia President, Carmen Caballero Villa, stated that 44 countries are participating as buyers, highlighting the importance of the event for the region. Dominican businessmen are specifically excited about buying Colombian products to import, which might profit Colombian exports.
Villa noted that there are 1,436 exportable sellers across all sectors available for Dominican buyers. Daniel Batista, from Supermercados Bravo, also expressed interest in Colombian agricultural products, which could be imported to the Dominican Republic, provided they’re certified and meet all regulations. The event facilitates personalized meetings and business appointments between international buyers and Colombian exporters, with a negotiation time of half-hour. The participating businessmen represent various industries comparable to agri-food, technology, metal mechanics, and fashion.
Caballero Villa hopes that this yr’s Macrorrueda events, which occur five times a yr and in numerous locations, will generate roughly $400 million in business. She plans to travel to the Dominican Republic to take part in the Ibero-American Summit.