Mexico would allow the shipment of Guatemalan goods at Port Chiapas (formerly Madero), "stealing" traffic from Port Quetzal.
The revision of trade agreements between Mexico and the Central American countries could alter the logistical flow of Guatemalan exports, specially for those bound for the United States. Authorities from both governments are analyzing allowing cargo transit between the border and Port Chiapas.
The Mexican manufacturer of electric materials will install a distribution operation in the Country.
Its first facility would be inaugurated on November 10th, after a $500.000 investment.
This was informed by Elías Caparrós, trade adviser at the Mexican Embassy in Guatemala. He also commented that "there are currently 80 Mexican companies operating in the country, who have invested $2.5 billion from 1999 to 2008".
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