Union of Industrialists of Panama promotes campaign to promote the culture of consumption of national production

Lorena Henríquez, a member of the SIP Board of Directors, stressed that more work should be done on education and reinforce productivity and competitiveness issues.

Lorena Henríquez, member of the Board of Directors of the Union of Industrialists of Panama (SIP), spoke this Friday on Radio Panama, about the campaign launched by APEX, aimed at the consumption of national products.

He mentioned that the objective of this is to encourage and promote the culture of consumption of national production and its entire value chain.

“We have to work hard on education, reinforce productivity and competitiveness issues and I think that this is a challenge for the current government and they should be working on it now. For our part, we are working on programs focused on industry, but that have that impact with the agribusiness,” he commented.

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