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Malocas Académico 2012, Alternativas de la Produccion Regional frente a los nuevos Mercados
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Durante el foro de Alternativas de la Produccion Regional frente a los nuevos Mercados en el marco de Malocas Académico para la Feria Malocas 2012, para el día jueves 26 de enero 2012. El ministro de Comercio, Industria y Turismo; Sergio Díaz-Granados Guida, habla sobre las expectativas de los mercados y nececidades para el logro de la competitividad.

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