Region advances with Pacific Integration Corridor
The six Central American countries, along with Mexico, Colombia and the Dominican Republic, are increasing efforts to inter-connect the region through the Pacific Integration Corridor.
The Finance Ministers of each country agreed to create a managing unit for the project, estimated to cost some $1.3 billion.
The Pacific Integration Corridor is the most important highway in the region, as it is used for 95 percent of goods traded in the region via land.
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