Guatemala Concedes Its EU Sugar Quota

Nicaragua and Honduras are allowed to sell 65,000 more metric tons duty-free to the European Union.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

The country has given approval for both Nicaragua and Honduras to receive this benefit temporarily, until the trade agreement becomes effective for Guatemala. "The Council of Ministers of Economy and Trade for Central America (Comieco) gave authorization this weekend for each country in the region to be able to make available its quotas at will" reported Nicaraguahoy.info.

"Guatemala is interested in making available its sugar quota with these countries, because at the moment we are not using our share, but it is has also been established by Comieco that if the agreement becomes effective for a country, the remainder can be used up by them," said Maria Luisa Flores, Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade.



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