Honduran textile companies are not prepared for the total elimination of industrial exclusions demanded by Peru in the negotiation of the trade agreement.
The textile sector represents 20% of the items to be negotiated in order to close the FTA deal with Peru. This negotiation focuses on issues relating to rules of origin of threads and a request by Peru to eliminate industrial exclusions.
BANADESA signed an agreement with businessmen to provide financial support to members of the chambers of commerce.
The loans will have an annual interest rate of 7%, a two-year grace period and a minimum of $2600.
According to the article in tiempo.hn, the agreement was signed by "the Federation of Chambers of Commerce (Fedecamaras), the Ministry of Industry and Commerce and the National Bank for Agricultural Development (BANADESA), with the aim of giving financial support to members of the chambers of commerce at national level in the face of the minimum wage increase."
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Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (506) 225 4786
We service our customers by helping them in all aspects of the process of establishing businesses in CA also we provide them with business opportunities in the Financial, Comercial and Real estate sectors.
Operates in Costa Rica
Phone: (506) 2272 9650 - (506) 8845 5439
We are a Peruvian industry dedicated to the manufacture of industrial machines, construction, and Madedera Fisheries and Agro Industrial Sugar Refineries, Plant and Mini Coffee Plants.
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Phone: (051) 7449 8543 - (051) 7420 8489
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Operates in El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (506) 2225-0435 - (506) 2524 2800