Central America aims for an internal free trade treaty
The nations of Central America agreed to speed up economic integration by applying a model similar to those of the free trade treaties the region has signed with the US and Europe.
The aim is to conclude half a century of proposals for regional integration that have produced few, if any, results.
The scheme is to be based on negotiating commissions for each of five priority areas in consultation with regional business leaders. The commissions are to be finalized by this December at the latest.
Original source (in Spanish): La Estrella