Getting the Most from the FTA with Mexico
Nicaraguan products such as leather, footwear, yogurt and other dairy products, and spices, are potential business opportunities under the unified Central America-Mexico trade agreement.
Friday, February 17, 2012
"There is a large niche in the Mexican market which is an opportunity for Nicaragua to place more and more products, to diversify their offering," said Rodrigo Melendez, manager of the economic and commercial section at the Mexican Embassy in Managua, reported LaPrensa.com.ni.
Central American countries will be able to access the Regional Integration Committee of Supplies, to supply raw materials for the development of Mexican goods, especially textiles.
Starting from July 1 the trade agreement with Mexico, a country with which trade reaches $10 billion per year, came into effect.
Access for sugar and the rules of origin for textile goods are delaying the negotiations for unification of the FTAs between Mexico and the region.
Until now Mexico has had a separate bilateral treaty with Costa Rica, Nicaragua and the Northern Triangle consisting of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
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