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British Ambassador meets Guatemalan Minister of Economy

By Mayora IP - 09/09/2020
British Ambassador meets Guatemalan Minister of Economy

The Ambassador congratulated the Minister for Guatemala’s role in advancing economic recovery and stability in the current challenges of the pandemic.

They also discussed their shared commitment to bolstering the UK-Guatemala bilateral economic partnership through the Association Agreement between the UK and Central America, due to enter in force next year.

The Ambassador also presented the case of the UK’s candidate to lead the World Trade Organization (WTO), Liam Fox, as an opportunity to keep working together at important global issues of a post-pandemic world.

They were joined by the Vice Ministers of Economy, and agreed to keep working on key topics that would advance prosperity in Guatemala and Central America.

By Mayora IP - 09/09/2020
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