Costa Rica Negotiates with China for Sanitation Protocols

Negotiations will permit the entry of leather, beef, chicken and Costa Rican pork, starting in April, to China.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Nacion.com publishes: " Marco Vinicio Ruiz, the Minister of Foreign Trade, assured that the agreements will be finalized by the end of March and that it will be the Minister of Agriculture, Javier Flowers, who will sign them."

"With this, these products can be exported without waiting for the TLC to be implemented. It will permit us to enter with greater security that the product will be accepted", said Ruiz."



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Chile helps Costa Rica with China FTA

October 2008

Chilean experts are giving support to Costa Rican authorities to prepare for the FTA that the Government plans to begin negotiating with China in less than six months.

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