Europe to boost regional customs integrations
The European Union announced it plans to invest $14 million over the next six years to boost Central American customs integration.
The aim is to help the region's countries achieve economic integration and maximize the benefits of the recent association agreement signed between both regions, said Javier Sandomingo, head of a Eureopan Union commission.
The project will also focus on creating laws, regulations and documents that will allow for the region's countries to integrate their customs systems.
Source (in Spanish): La Prensa