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Linking Trade from Asia to Latin America

14 Nov 2019 1:40 PM | Lucas Lombardi (Administrator)

North Texas District Export Council and Dallas – Ft. Worth International Airport organized the event LINKING TRADE FROM ASIA TO LATIN AMERICA for an overview and update on the airport.  Topics included air service, terminal F, government relations, and air cargo mainly focus on businesses between South America and Southeast Asia. Dallas - Fort Worth International Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, a world-class super-hub which drives regional, national and international commerce from a pivotal location.

The event at DFW Airport Headquarters was opened by Jessica Gordon (Director, U.S. Commercial Service DFW) and Nate Muncaster (Chair, North Texas District Export Council) and Milton de la Paz (VP Airline Relations and Cargo Business) was the keynote speaker. Oscar Mary represented the Argentina-Texas Chamber of Commerce.


The Argentina Texas Chamber of Commerce is the primary advocate of Argentina and Texas business communities and is dedicated to building economic prosperity for both Countries. The Chamber of Commerce is a Member-driven organization.


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