Honduras-Mexico Trade Grows by 342% Because of TLC

In 2008, Honduras exported $255 million to Mexico and imported $459 million, for a total of $714 million.

Friday, March 20, 2009

The figure represents an increase of 342% when compared to the $161 million traded in 2000, the year before the signing of the Free Trade Agreement between both countries.

The Mexican consul in San Pedro Sula, Marco Antonio Blanco Garcia, told La Prensa of Honduras that in addition to trade, "a lot of Mexican capital has been invested in major cities, like San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa, where companies like Bimbo, Maseca, Telmex, Grupo Elektra, Banco Azteca, Credimax, Aeromexico, Satelites Mexicanos, Comex, TROPIGAS, Comunicación Vial of Central America and the TV signal distributors Televisa and Azteca operate."



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