On June 27, business leaders from the region will present their proposals to the presidents for improving and eliminating barriers to intraregional trade.
In the meeting with the presidents from the region scheduled for June 27 in the Dominican Republic, guilds that make up the Federation of Private Entities of Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic (FEDEPRICAP), will describe once again the obstacles that currently limit the competitiveness of Central American companies.
The FEDEPRICAP believes the new transport charges imposed by governments in the region will have a negative impact on competitiveness and development.
In a statement, members of the Federation of Private Entities in Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic (FEDEPRICAP) said that Central American integration and the customs union "is not a specific goal, but a process of promoting the free movement of goods, trade facilitation, and the passage of people. "
"SIECA is currently under question, ever since the appointment of the Secretary General was made abnormally."
The Federation of Private Entities of CA, Panama and Dominican Republic (FEDEPRICAP), canceled a meeting with the Spanish Organizations Confederation because the meeting was sponsored by the Central American Economic Integration Department (SIECA) as part of a project which manages the Department itself.
David Cristiani, Guatemalan vice-minister of economy, said that there are no plans to extend the border closing beyond the 48 hour term.
The regional business sector, represented by the Federation of Private Business in Central America, the Dominican Republic, and Panama (FEDEPRICAP, acronym in Spanish), has appealed to the governments of Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador to lift the embargo, insisting that it violates the principles of free transport of goods as established in trade and integration agreements.
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