Honduras: New Center for Trade Procedures

Industry and trade authorities announce the creation of a center to facilitate customs procedures.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

The implementation of the new Import and Export Procedures Center will cut the time taken to carry out customs procedures to two days from the current 30.

Latribuna.hn reports Oscar Escalante, head of the Honduran ministry for trade and industry (SIC), as saying that, "tedious processes damage the economy and hurt producers, which is why ours need to be rationalized in order to make the region's economy and trade more dynamic."

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