Central America backs trade accord with Mexico
The Costa Rican government has joined El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua in approving the free trade agreement between Mexico and Central America.
The agreement will eliminate tariffs on Central American products exported to Mexico, as well as mutual cooperation.
Part of the cooperation plan is for Mexico to help build the Sixaloa river bridge in Costa Rica, a key connection for transporting products in the region.
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