Mexico and Central America agree on talks for a single free trade agreement
Monday, August 9, 2010
Mexico and the nations of Central America agreed on a second round of talks with a view to forming a single free-trade agreement.
Negotiators from the countries involved are to meet between today and Wednesday in San Salvador. The aim is to achieve convergence within a single trade accord.
Negotiations are expected to conclude in 2012.
Original source (in Spanish): Associated Press