Forty-five companies from both countries are already part of the new chamber which will focus on promoting bilateral trade.
Víctor Hugo Morales, Mexico's ambassador in Tegucigalpa, announced the creation of the Honduran - Mexican Chamber of Commerce. A total of 45 companies from both countries are already part of the new union which was set up in Tegucigalpa and will focus on solving the problems facing Honduran exporters in getting their merchandise into Mexico.
The Union of Central American Bi-National Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Mexican Investment has been formally established.
Ucabicimex is "formed by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Costa Rica - Mexico (Cicomex), the Salvadoran - Mexican Trade (Chamber Casalmex), the Guatemalan - Mexican Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CAMEX), the Honduras - Mexico Enterprise Chamber ( CEHM), the Mexico - Costa Rica Enterprise Chamber (Camexcr), the Mexico - El Salvador Enterprise Chamber (Camexsal), the Mexico - Nicaraguan Enterprise Chamber (Camenic) and the Mexico - Panama Chamber of Commerce (Camexpa) ", reported Nacion.com.
The Commission of Inter-Union Trade Facilitation will unify efforts to modernize public administration and facilitate its members efforts with the government.
From a press release issued by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of El Salvador (Camarasal):
Business associations in El Salvador have signed an agreement to create the Commission of Inter-Union Trade Facilitation (CIFACIL), replacing the Inter-Union Commission for Modernisation of Customs (CIMA) and aims to "unite their efforts to modernize public administration and facilitate the efforts of firms with the government bodies", according to the statement made by the presidents of the various guilds.
The Salvadorian National Association of Private Companies received its Honduran counterpart, Cohep, to analyze the commercial situation.
The Honduran Private Business Council (Cohep, acronym in Spanish) will provide a presentation about the situation that Honduras is going through and the impact it is having on the business sector with losses in the millions.
Tegucigalpa will host more than 35 presidents from the Latin Chambers of Commerce (Camacol) as they take part in an Economic Congress from August 6 to 9.
The representative for the Tegucigalpa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIT), Ines de Zablah, rated the event as historic because the Honduras capital was chosen to prepare for the Thirtieth Hemispheric Congress to be held early next year in Miami, USA.
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