El Salvador Seeking New Trade Agreements
One of the government's goals in commercial policy is to sign free trade agreements with Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba and the Caribbean.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Besides exploring new markets, El Salvador's new commercial policy aims to increase trade with the Central American region, the country's main export destination.
If we take into consideration which economies fared better in the crisis, we should seek trade partners in Asia and not in Europe.
The private sector and the governments of both countries have started talks to put into place the partial agreement which came into force in November 2014.
The main Panamanian products that will benefit from the agreement are dairy, beef and pork, smoked fish fillet with and some vegetables with seasonal preferential access.
Colombian SMEs see an opportunity to position themselves in Central America, alongside the corporations from that country that have already landed in the region.
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