CAFTA

US - Central America Free Trade Agreement


  • 27-May-2004 US and Central America sign historic free trade agreement
    US and Central America sign historic free trade agreement

    U.S. Trade Representative Robert B. Zoellick and Ministers of five Central American countries today signed the U.S. Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) a historic agreement that will eliminate tariffs and trade barriers and expand regional opportunities for the workers, manufacturers, consumers, farmers, ranchers and service providers of all the countries.

  • 26-May-2004
    US Bilateral Trade Agenda: Lowered Expectations

    The way U.S. Trade Representative Robert B. Zoellick jets around the world, seeking to cut deals that would knock down trade barriers at home and abroad, it might seem as if the political furor over free trade and job losses at home were a minor flap.

  • 11-May-2004 Food, Trade And US Power Politics In Latin America
    Food, Trade And US Power Politics In Latin America

    The difference between what Bush officials say to Congress and the pap they feed foreign audiences makes interesting reading for anyone trying to figure out US government rhetoric on Latin America.

  • 2-Apr-2004 Bad TRIPS dans le traité de libre-échange États-Unis - Amérique centrale
    Bad TRIPS dans le traité de libre-échange États-Unis - Amérique centrale

    Alors que les débats sur le droit des brevets à l’Organisation mondiale du commerce semblent stagnants, les pays exportateurs de technologie multiplient les traités bilatéraux avec les pays en développement.

  • 29-Mar-2004
    Costa Rica may derail US free trade plans

    As befits a man whose very surnames are enough to conjure up images of Latin American radicalism, Fabio Chaves Castro is threatening to derail an ambitious plan to open up trade between the United States and the five small republics of Central America.

  • 20-Mar-2004
    Why we say no to CAFTA

    This document is the product of a collective effort by a group of Central American and U.S. women and men. It is part of a comprehensive public-education campaign on the U.S.-Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) being carried out by Central American and U.S. organizations in the Bloque Popular Centraomericano and the Hemispheric Social Alliance.

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