Mexico's trade with Nicaragua grows sixfold under 19998 accord
Trade between Mexico and Nicaragua has grown sixfold since a free trade agreement between the two countries came into force in 1998.
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
The business sector expects to achieve a 15% increase in trade between the two countries next year.
Nicaraguan products such as leather, footwear, yogurt and other dairy products, and spices, are potential business opportunities under the unified Central America-Mexico trade agreement.
Nicaragua's exports to Mexico between 1998 and 2010 grew by 400%, but are characterized by very low diversification.
The current $550 million from the annual sales of Guatemalan products and services to Mexico could double with the entry into operation of the unified FTA between that country and the Central Americans.
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