New benefits for textile sector from FTA with the U.S.A.

Starting August 15 the textile sector will have at its disposable new mechanisms to take greater advantage of the Free Trade Agreement with the United States.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Recent modifications to CAFTA offer new benefits to textile companies.
The first is the Textile Accumulation with Mexico and the US which will allow the private sector to produce garments with certain fabrics made in the United States and then export them to Mexico while still enjoying preferential tariffs, explained Ingrid Burgos, representative Textile Industry Chamber (Camtex).



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