C.A. Entrepreneurs Urge to Accelerate Integration
Seasoned in negotiations with Europe, Central American employers are demanding to political sectors to accelerate the process for the economic integration of the isthmus.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
50 years after the signing of the General Treaty of Central American Integration, over 40 million people living in the region still do not enjoy the economic benefits and development opportunities that could effectively be consolidated if Central America would act as a single economic unit, much like the European Union.
El Salvador and Guatemala have agreed to accelerate the integration process between the customs offices of both countries, once again returning to the negotiation process.
The Salvadorian National Association of Private Companies received its Honduran counterpart, Cohep, to analyze the commercial situation.
The regional business sector rejected SICA’s decision to block trade with Honduras because it would affect all the economies of the region.
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