On October 29th, within the framework of the annual ICG Partners Congress organized by Feliu N&I, businessmen from different Latin American countries and the United States, travelled from Central Catalonia to Andorra to get to know the country and its new economic possibilities.
The day included an official reception by Francesc Camp, Minister of Tourism and Trade, who explained the process of economic opening carried out in Andorra in recent years, as well as the tourism model of the country. On the other hand, the director of Actúa, Imma Jiménez, explained some of the advantages of investing in the country, as well as the main new sectors that are being promoted by Actúa.
The visit to the Principality was completed with a visit to the Casa de la Vall, and free time to enjoy the historical and commercial center.
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