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Sanchez Meets with Executives of Spanish Firms in Chile

SANTIAGO – Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez met on Tuesday with executives of Spain-based companies with operations in Chile as he continued his official visit to the Andean nation.

During a working breakfast at Spain’s embassy in Santiago, Sanchez expressed his support for the internationalization of Spanish businesses, official sources said.

Among the companies in attendance were Acciona Infraestructuras, Aenor Chile S.A., Codorniu, Elecnor, Iberia, Ingenia Global Limitada, Indra Sistemas, Llorente & Cuenca, OHL, Red Electrica Española, Sacyr Concesiones, Salamanca Food, Santillana del Pacifico S.A. de Editores and Serproen.

Also in attendance were representatives of the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce of Chile, which has some 300 member businesses.

After the meeting, Sanchez made his way to the former Congress building, where he was welcomed by the presidents of the lower house and Senate, Maya Fernandez and Carlos Montes, respectively.

Sanchez kicked off his first official Latin American tour since taking office in June on Monday, which will also take him to Bolivia, Colombia and Costa Rica.

 

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