Status of the Central American Economic Integration

SIECA report on status of the process of the Central American Economic Integration

Monday, February 16, 2009


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This document contains the status of the Central American economic integration process, basically refers to the legal institutional framework, Central American trade, and incorporation of into international trade.

Content:

PRESENTATION

INSTITUTIONAL LEGAL SCOPE
-General Treaty on Central American Economic Integration
-Protocol of Tegucigalpa to the Charter of ODECA (Protocol of Tegucigalpa).
-Protocol to the General Treaty of Central American Economic Integration (Protocol of Guatemala) .

CENTRAL AMERICAN TRADE IN GOODS WITH THE WORLD
-Central American Trade in Goods with the World
-Main Interlocutors of Trade in Goods
-Central American trade with main economic blocks
-Main goods subject to trade exchange with world

CENTRAL AMERICAN FREE TRADE ZONE
-Gradual Development of Intraregional Trade
-Intraregional Trade Growth
-Main Intraregional Sellers and Buyers
-Main Goods subject to Intraregional Trade
-Central American Trade Regime
-Central American Trade Regulations
-Central American Tariff Policy
-Common Customs Administration
-Registrations
-Regional Transport

CENTRAL AMERICAN CUSTOMS UNION
-Legal Framework
-General Framework for the Negotiation of Central American Customs Union
-Progress
-Central American Customs Union in Figures

INCORPORATION OF CENTRAL AMERICA INTO INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY
-WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (WTO)
-MEXICO
-DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
-PANAMA
-CHILE
-CANADA
-UNITED STATES
-CARICOM
-REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)
-COLOMBIA
-EUROPEAN UNION

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