Samsung will produce mobile appliances in Venezuela
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The South Korean multinational Samsung plans to start producing phones, tablets and appliances in Venezuela during the second half of the year , once finished lift its first plant in the country , in partnership with the national government , a senior executive of the firm said in Caracas.
Late last year, they agreed to create a joint venture company with 51 percent share of Venezuela and the remaining 49 percent , the tech giant .
«In six months we can start production ,» said vice president of the firm in Venezuela , Luis Cobo.
» It would be originally to meet domestic demand, but the idea is that we can export products,» he added.
The company has assembly plants in Mexico , Brazil and Argentina and Venezuela produce industrial complex , in a first phase mobile phones and tablets and then appliances such as TVs and appliances.
In February, Samsung and the government of President Nicolas Maduro signed a cooperation agreement for the brand products are marketed under local law, with a ceiling of 30 percent of profits.
As part of what he described as his » offensive to the economic war,» Maduro ordered a reduction in prices that caused a flood of buyers late last year, but during 2014 left unserved premises.
Venezuela maintains strict change control for 11 years , according to employers, represents a bottleneck for the industry makes .
Despite being known as an electronics company , Samsung is also involved in heavy industry , automotive, financial services , chemicals, medicine and hotels.