Central American negotiators meet before heading to Brussels
The technical teams will meet in Guatemala next week to come up with a consensus for the proposal that they will take to the sixth round of negotiations.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
The main negotiators and the technical teams will meet from November 24 to 28 to try to establish their main positions for the sixth round of negotiations, which will be held in Brussels, Belgium, from December 8 to 12.
Central America will preparing a "commercial offense" next week, prior to the fifth round of negotiations with the European Union.
The teams are fine-tuning a regional strategy to pressure the EU to begin discussions on sensitive topics such as sugar, banana, and fruits.
This week in Guatemala negotiators from Central America will define the new proposal that they will present at the next round of negotiations in Brussels.
Central America hopes to achieve a new exchange of offers of access to the markets of the European Union in the second week of July.
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