Panama Initiates Affiliation with ALADI

The Latin-American Association of Integration (ALADI) approved a report that considers the request of the inclusion of Panama.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Mi Punto in its website publishes: "The Mexican Ambassador, Cassio Luiselli, was the one responsible for bringing the proposal before the Committee of Representatives of ALADI, leaving the impression that the government of Panama accepts the consecrated requirements of the Montevideo Treaty of 1980, which gave origin to the association."

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Panama Joins ALADI

April 2009

Beginning on April 29, Panama will formally join the Latin American Integration Association.

Mary Triny Zea, in her article in Prensa.com, reported statements from Máximo Gallardo, president of the Panamanian Association of Exporters, who sees "the integration as positive and beneficial," remarking that "it does not mean that Panama cannot continue in the integration process with Central America.

Panama Becomes Member of ALADI

February 2012

Panama has delivered its instrument of adherence to the Treaty of Montevideo of 1980 formalizing its entry as a full member of the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI).

A press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama reads:

The Republic of Panama on Thursday delivered its instrument of adherence to the Treaty of Montevideo of 1980 formalizing the country's entry as a full member of the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI), the oldest regional economic integration forum.

Panama Joins ALADI

November 2011

The Latin American Integration Association (ALADI) brings together 12 countries under a statute of commercial openness, which Panama will join in 2012.

Starting next year, and progressively the canal country can benefit from tariff preferences which exist among members of this Association, founded in 1980 for trade promotion in Latin America.

Guatemala Renews Trade Policy

February 2012

The new government authorities want to emphasize improving competitiveness and investment attraction.

More competitiveness and attracting foreign investment. Those are the two axes of a renewed foreign trade policy announced by the National Council for Promotion of Exports (CONAPEX) in Guatemala.

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