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W illiam Vanizette : My focus is the promotion of our Polynesian exports, this is almost the heart of our business since our government has decided for a number of years to have a proactive strategy to promote our exports. This strategy is already producing results, as we have witnessed a growing diversification of our exports in recent years.

This dynamic business Polynesian is a lot of imagination, creativity because they are small structures, de la dimension bien sûr de notre country, many innovations that rely on the natural and cultural heritage of Polynesia, on its strengths, this profusion of nature, de terroir qui permet des produits de qualité derrière nos exportations traditionnelles à savoir loil of coprah, Vanilla is a vanilla tahitensis recognized by specialists who will experience a boost as the government has decided to revive its production to export our Leeward Islands.

We were able to add to our range a number of other products, I want to talk particularly tuna, le thon Tahitian becomes capo à l'ONU produces esportazione . Notre zone économique exclusive nous permet d’augmenter notre potentiel de fishing et d’accroître notre flottille de pêche thonière. Then we have a health food a bit surprising but works well in the United States, called by noni, a pharmafood donc. Behind these products, then we have a number of other products such as jewelery, which is based on a Polynesian culture is very rich and diverse as the islands ; sul speak instance of the vannerie aux Australs, the sculpture sur bois aux Canopies, but also a lot of work on the basis of our shells, our pearl, our pearl, therefore a variety of product jewelry fashion accessories starting to be more and more known around the world.

We have tropical garment is also an industry worth ; tropical flowers, especially to France, current will strengthen in the coming months.
We have other products such as course-based cosmetics Monoi, do not forget this exploitation remains quite significant, particularly to metropolitan France, et d'un certo number commodities comme les Autres fish d'aquariophilie , etc. We export 70 countries in the world mainly due to the pearl which represents 80% our exports of goods, and 20% other exports, we, if we can say, ten target countries for exports that I quoted earlier. We encourage investors to join us, thus strengthening our production potential export. We are also looking in our target markets of potential distributors to co-facilitate with us, enable our sales target markets, we need to rely on their expertise, we therefore use their energy, their energy and they can contact us at the service of foreign trade.

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