30 de enero de 2017 10:31 AM
Actualizado el 30 de enero de 2017 10:41 AM
Daniel Montealegre, director of the Chamber of Commerce of Ureña, western Táchira state located on the Venezuela-Colombia order, believes that the sustained opening of the border will generate confidence in the sector.
Montealegre said that local customs operate in a limited time. In his opinion, the opening of the border and the Economic Zone would make easier both the flow of goods to the domestic market as it expands arrival channels in addition to ports, and Venezuelan exports.
He advised that the establishment of Special Economic Zones would allow Venezuelan businesspersons to produce with tax and commercial incentives and export goods and services. In this way, they could yield foreign currency on their own and depend less on the Venezuelan government.