IDEP Tucumán, the Institute for the Productive Development of Tucumán in Argentina, has celebrated its first decade as an institution that supports exporters.
IDEP is the reference entity on foreign trade. It is run by a diverse board of directors consisting of government officials and entrepreneurs who represent the main production sectors of the province: citrus, sugar, horticulture, metallurgy, tourism and other services.
To celebrate the milestone, IDEP held a cocktail event at the Hilton hotel in Tucumán.
“We welcome this fusion between the public and private sector because it has allowed us to grow as a province, to give visibility to our exporters through participation in fairs and international business circles and help them improve their competitiveness through quality standard certifications,” said Juan Luis Fernandez, IDEP’s executive director.