This paper examines the main trends in the trade structure of Central American countries during the last two decades; the increasingly important role placed by the United Status as a main trade partner; the effect of national trade policies; and the effect of NAFTA and recent events in regard to the agricultural and trade policies of the U.S. The contents include: introduction; trade structure; trade policies; the trade relationship between the United States and Central America - obstacles and opportunities; and Central America and the United States - beyond trade. The paper concludes by delineating the fiscal and institutional implications resulting from certain trade policies and from the choice of certain exchange regimes.
Estructura del comercio, politica comercial y opciones de politica economica en Centroamerica
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Lederman,Daniel Perry,Guillermo Suescun,Rodrigo De Jesus
Estructura del comercio, politica comercial y opciones de politica economica en Centroamerica (Spanish). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/543781468212971742/Estructura-del-comercio-politica-comercial-y-opciones-de-politica-economica-en-Centroamerica