Chile-Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Chile and Central America. Syllabus:
- Chile-Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua) Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
- Benefits of the Agreement
- Certification of origin.
- Criteria for preferential treatment.
- Trade Relations between Chile and Central American countries.
- Case Study: International Trade and foreign direct investment (FDI) Chile-Costa Rica and Chile-Nicaragua.
Sample of the sub-subject: Chile-Central America (Free Trade Agreement)
Sub-Subject Description - Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Chile
and Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua).
In 1998, Chile and the Central American countries (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras,
and Nicaragua), announced a free trade agreement (FTA).
In 2011, Chile and Nicaragua signed the bilateral protocol.
The objectives of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Chile-Central America are to:
- Develop the free trade zone
- Promote the growth of international trade in products and services among the Chile and Central America
- Promote conditions of fair competition in the free trade area
- Eliminate barriers to foreign trade and facilitate the circulation of
goods and services in the free trade area
- Promote foreign direct investments in Chile and Central America
- Establish efficient procedures for the application and observance of the Chile-Central America Free Trade Agreement.
International Trade between Central America and Chile was 558 million dollars (- 37.7%
- The total exports were 121 million dollars.
- The main products exported from Chile to Central America were
sugar cane; this export product accounted for 72% of the total exports from Central America to Chile.
The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Chile and Central America operates in the Latin American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization.
Chile's Free Trade Agreements (FTA).