Bolivia, Venezuela to Ink New Deal
La Paz, Oct 28 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President Evo Morales announced that his government will sign an agreement with Venezuela allowing to commercialize textile products no longer benefited by tax preferences in the US.
Morales sustained the deal will be signed Wednesday in Caracas during a meeting with his Venezuelan counterpart, Hugo Chavez.
The Bolivian president will meet with Chavez after having attending a trilateral summit today in the Ecuadorian city of Puyo.
During the Municipal Council's Session of Honor for the 460th foundation anniversary of La Paz, Morales pointed out the new market will be considerably larger than the one Bolivia had through the Andean Tax Preferences and Drug Eradication Agency (ATPDEA).
Today in Ecuador, Morales, Chavez, and Correa will also talk about oil prospecting projects, energy connection, and food production plans.