CA Seeks to Strengthen Trade with Japan

SICA is developing an action plan in conjunction with private unions and diplomatic representatives.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Daniel German, General Secretary of SICA, said "the aim is for the two sides to better understand the potential exchanges, investments and to enhance cooperation."

According to information from 2009, the Asian nation exported $ 1,030 million to the region, while Central American exports to Japan for the same period were $ 207.56 million.



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