Restrictions imposed upon certain products by both countries are causing daily losses in the $1.6 million range.
Protesting the situation and the lack of agreement between both governments, Honduran dairy producers have stormed the customs office at El Amatillo, and are now impending the free flow of goods.
Santiago Ruiz, president of the Honduras Agriculture and Breeding Federation, told Laprensahn.com that "from his poing of view, Salvadoran authorities are reluctant to negotiate a solution with their Honduran counterparts. He understands this attitude as driven by political factors".
Cuban buyers, through the embassy, have requested to explore cattle purchasing possibilities in Honduras.
Tiempo.hn publishes: "The Government reported yesterday that they have already initiated contacts with the Cuban government regarding the export of cattle as Honduran producers have requested aid in finding new markets because the local price has been lowered due to competitive offers."
As part of the Agritrade Platform, Guatemala will participate for the 27th time in PMA Fresh Summit, the most important international trade show and convention of fruits and vegetables in the United States, which will take place at Anaheim Convention Center, California from October 17th to 19th.