Iberia Airlines, Spain’s largest corporation, has signed an agreement with Pro Ecuador, the government agency that promotes foreign trade. The agreement seeks to strengthen export capacity of small and medium companies by providing better pricing for business travel benefiting over 8,400 micro, small and medium companies (also known as PYMES). This will include discounts and better prices for tourist flights into Ecuador. “We agreed to take on the responsibility of creating workshops to assess the exporting practices of companies that wish to trade with Europe. This agreement allows us to define our needs and gives us an opportunity to strengthen…
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