Central America asks EU for infrastructure assistance fund

Central America will ask the European Union for a proposal to set up an Economic Fund of Financial Credit during the fourth round of negotiations to establish a trade association.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

The fund would be used to reduce the infrastructure disadvantages that Central American countries face relative to Europe.
The idea was first put forward by Oscar Alemán, Technical Coordinator of the private industry commission set up to contribute to the negotiations with the EU.
The fourth round of talks will take place in Brussels July 14-18.

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The negotiations for an Association Agreement between Central America and the European Union will resume in February.

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