CABEI invites French businessmen to invest in Central America, a region ready to drive the industrial revolution


CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi participated in the first edition of the Business France Digital Forum.

Tegucigalpa, June 2, 2021.- The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) is a regional financial institution with the skills and expertise to accelerate the region's economic recovery and sustainable growth by creating high-quality jobs in the industries of the future.

This was announced by CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, at the first edition of the Business France Digital Forum, organized by the French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Recovery and the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs on the occasion of the week of Latin America and Caribbean countries.

Dr. Mossi's intervention took place in the session on financing solutions for Latin American companies, which also included the participation of Ecuador's Minister of Economy and Finance, Simón Cueva; BPIFRANCE's Regional Director for Latin America, Alban D'Herbes; the Director of BNP Paribas Coverage Latin America, Patricio Álvarez; and the Inter-American Development Bank's (IDB) procurement specialist, Adriana Salazar.

"Our region is ready to drive the industrial revolution by supporting initiatives along these lines, in addition to education and job creation. Our 60 years of experience have enabled us to build the capabilities and acquire the knowledge necessary to provide solutions to the needs of our partner countries," said Mossi.

The CABEI President invited France to consider Central America as a region with attractive opportunities for French trade. He listed some of the initiatives that the Bank finances, such as the regional integrated rail transport network, a sustainable mobility project in the countries of the Central American region, structured under the modality of a Public-Private Partnership aimed at modernizing rail transport in line with the region's sustainable development.

He also explained that CABEI invests in sectors such as renewable energy, electric transportation, electric interconnection systems and infrastructure, mobilizing resources from the public and private sectors to support the growth of the region's economies.