Nicaragua: Producers Request Changes to the FTA with Taiwan

The sugar sector proposes changing the 20,000 tons quota from refined sugar to raw white sugar.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Nicaragua's sugar sector has enough production capacity to satisfy demand of the Taiwanese market but technical barriers prevent it from obtaining export certificates.

"Mario Amador, executive director of Nicaragua's Association of Sugar Producers (CNPA), said that the changes are related to the way sugar enters the Taiwanese market and negotiations have begun with the trade office of the Taiwan Embassy in Nicaragua," reports

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