The Salvador Suarez Trade Center is on the 16th floor of a 34-story granite and blue glass skyscraper, situated on a main road through the financial district. Salvador is the second most popular tourist destination in Brazil. National and international property developers are investing in the city's expansion, and construction is one of the major commercial activities. The city is also attracting major global businesses, setting up petroleum, automotive and chemical manufacturing plants near Salvador. The port plays a key role in local commerce, particularly for transporting agricultural products from the surrounding region. The city is popular for conferences. The Salvador Suarez Trade Center features a fully equipped auditorium, cyber café and its own parking, and is near one of the city's main shopping malls. It is within easy reach of the international airport and other transport connections.
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