Costa Rican Businessmen Reject FTA with Mexico
The House of Food Industry (CACIA for its acronyms in Spanish) "absolutely" rejected the possible signature of a FTA between Central America and Mexico.
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
The president of CACIA, Marco Cercone, said the signing of a Free Trade Agreement between Central America and Mexico would be a "setback" for standards of origin.
Access for sugar and the rules of origin for textile goods are delaying the negotiations for unification of the FTAs between Mexico and the region.
Central American countries will be able to access the Regional Integration Committee of Supplies, to supply raw materials for the development of Mexican goods, especially textiles.
Yesterday the second round of negotiations began to unify the various agreements Central American countries have signed with Mexico.
Mexico could allow privileges to those products in connection with the unification of the FTA.
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