Central America to unify agreements with Mexico

Central America's deputy ministers of Trade will start this week in El Salvador to unify the trade agreements each country has negotiated with Mexico.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Rubén Morales, deputy trade minister for Guatemala, says the objective is to end up with one consolidated treaty of commercial relations with Mexico.
The plan is to unify the texts, and if necessary, to make specific modifications to the contents of the agreements.

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Unification of Trade Agreements with Mexico

July 2010

Central American countries seek to harmonize three different FTAs that have been signed with Mexico.

The basis for the new Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will be that signed most recently between the Aztec nation and the group of countries known as the North Triangle (Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador). Adjustments will be made reflecting current conditions and requirements of all countries in the isthmus.

An Absurd Proposal: Central America - Mercosur FTA

March 2013

The Foreign Minister of Uruguay is touring the isthmus proposing an FTA with Mercosur, even though the President of the very same country describes it as "a bad customs union".

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The Foreign Minister of Uruguay, Luis Almagro, is touring the Central American countries, saying that he is mandated by the countries of the southern block to propose to Central America, a free trade agreement with Mercosur.

El Salvador’s Trade Agreements

August 2012

Investors should be aware of the tools available for exporting with tariff benefits to Cuba, Mexico and the European Union.

A statement from the Agency for Promotion of Exports and Investments in El Salvador – PROESA reads:

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Panama: Many treaties, Few opportunities

May 2011

Producers say it will be difficult to take advantage of the trade agreements that have been signed.

Negotiations with countries like Peru, Colombia and the eventual ratification of the treaty with the United States are worrying producers, who believe they are not prepared to compete under the new conditions.

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