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Guatemala-Mexico, what else can we do?

By Mayora IP - 27/12/2017
Guatemala-Mexico, what else can we do?

Experts and businessmen from Mexico and Guatemala met in Guatemala City on December to discuss how to enhance and take advantage of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Mexico and Central America, in effect since 2013.

The Mexican ambassador to Guatemala, Luis Manuel Lopez Moreno, highlighted the “ample opportunities for companies and Guatemalan products in Mexico”, specially though “the use of the Special Economic Zones” implemented by the Mexican government in its southern states, bordering Guatemala. With such intention, authorities of both countries will present before Guatemalan businessmen subjects around an exploitation of the FTA between Mexico and Central America.

Guatemala-Mexico commerce reached USD 1,804.3 million as of September 2017: Guatemala imported Mexican goods for a total value of USD 1,426.9 million and exported goods for USD 377.4 million. Dollars.  

By Mayora IP - 27/12/2017
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