Central America Defines Regional Corridor for Cargo Transport

The plan envisages for all goods crossing Central America to go through a strong, fast and secure road infrastructure.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Regional transport ministers gathered in Managua also agreed to seek funds for viable maintenance of the regional corridor.

Elnuevodiario.com.ni printed the statements of the Nicaraguan Minister of Transportation, Fernando Martinez: "'We are talking about a length of at least 2 thousand kilometers.' Another important agreement signed by his counterparts in the area was the adoption of a regional fund for the maintenance of regional corridors."

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Guatemala and Honduras: Customs Offices Which Avoid El Salvador

January 2014

The authorities at customs offices in Guatemala and Honduras have opened new routes for regional transit of goods between the two countries.

The aim of the opening of new routes at the borders between the two countries, in El Florido and Agua Caliente, is to streamline regional trade which has been blocked because of the protests over the application of a fee of $18 in Salvadoran customs offices for X-ray inspection of trucks.

Panama’s Integration Into SIECA Welcomed

July 2012

Industrials in Costa Rica are celebrating the incorporation of Panama into SIECA, seeing the country as a first–rate ally for industry in Costa Rica.

A statement from the Chamber of Industries in Costa Rica reads:

The Chamber of Industries in Costa Rica, CIRC, would like to express its satisfaction at the incorporation of Panama into the Sub System for Economic Integration (SIECA), with which compliance is reached for one of the most important requirements proposed by the European Union to enable signing of the Association Agreement.

More Efforts for Customs Integration

February 2012

El Salvador and Guatemala have agreed to accelerate the integration process between the customs offices of both countries, once again returning to the negotiation process.

Guatemala and El Salvador have decided to accelerate the process towards the Customs Union, and in order to achieve this their economic ministers will meet once a month.

Status of the Central American Economic Integration

February 2009

SIECA report on status of the process of the Central American Economic Integration

This document contains the status of the Central American economic integration process, basically refers to the legal institutional framework, Central American trade, and incorporation of into international trade.

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