They could export roses to Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland

Ecuador will negotiate with the EFTA in October

The Minister of Foreign Trade (MCE), Juan Carlos Cassinelli, met with the Secretary General of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), Kristinn F. Árnason, to jointly announce that they would start negotiating a trade integration agreement in October.
This agreement would allow Ecuador to enter products, such as bananas, tuna, shrimp, and fresh roses, into the market bloc composed of Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
"Negotiating with EFTA states is a priority for Ecuador, as an agreement would be a tool for economic development," said the Minister of Foreign Trade (MCE), Juan Carlos Cassinelli. Additionally, he said, "the agreement would help attract investment and the possibility of technology transfer to the productive sectors."


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