Central America Will Study EU Agreement
Next week in Costa Rica, the countries of the region will define their negotiation strategy with the European Union.
Friday, July 17, 2009
The meeting will take place at the Central American Integration Secretary, known in Spanish as Sieca.
Commerce authorities from El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica decided to resume negotiations in September.
The countries of Central America already made an offer of 90% of the tariff items that they will allow the European Union.
Looking to not delay the final process of the negotiation, the region will analyze if they continue without the participation of Honduras.
The entry into force of the Central American Trade Agreement with the European Union draws near and Panama has not yet formally integrated into the region.
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