Regional trade amongst countries increases 25%

According to the WTO, export among Central American countries totaled $6.4 billion in 2008.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Elsalvador.com reports: "The World Trade Organization estimates that commercial transactions between Central American countries at the end of 2008 was at $6.4 billion, a growth of 25%. Reports from the Central American Secretariat for Economic Integration (SIECA) also reveal that between 2000 and 2007 commercial trading has doubled, going from $2.6 billion to $5.3 billion."



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According to data from the Central American Economic Integration Secretary, exports between the countries of the region reached $1.74 billion, $356 million less than the first third of 2008 ($2.1 billion).

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According to information from the Central American Economic Integration Department (SIEC), 2008 figures show a total of $ 6,412 million in 2009, down from the 18.4% closing at $ 5,274 million.

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According to information from the Central American Economic Integration Department (SIECA), between January and June of this year, trade reached $ 2,844 million, $ 165 million higher than the same period of 2009.

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