Working Hours Reduced for Survival
Jul-22-20 | In the context of the economic crisis, it is estimated that companies in Central America have reduced the working hours of employees to an average of 32 hours per week.
Electricity Costs: Disadvantaged Industrialists
Apr-23-19 | Nicaraguan companies in the industrial sector pay between $0.20 and $0.22 per kWh, while in other Central American countries the price ranges between $0.11 and $0.18 per kWh.
Businesses say NO to Security Tax
Jul-11-11 | Governments should control tax evasion, expand the tax base and combat corruption, increasing revenue to finance the fight against insecurity.
SIECA Institutional Crisis
Feb-8-11 | The Central American Chambers of Commerce Federation called to suspend financial aid to SIECA.
Porfirio Lobo Promotes Investment in Honduras
Jan-25-10 | Honduras' president elect promised freedom and guarantees for investors, in a social market economy.
Porfirio Lobo to Meet With C.A. Businessmen
Jan-20-10 | Honduras' president-elect, Porfirio Lobo, will meet next Friday with 30 businessmen from Central America.
EU Requests to Resume Negotiations with C.A.
Dec-8-09 | The European Union has requested Central America to resume negotiations for an Association Agreement.
Businessmen Request EU to Recognize Honduran Elections
Dec-7-09 | Central America's chambers of commerce requested the European Union to recognize the elections in Honduras, in order to resume negotiations for an association agreement.
Businessmen press for Panama's integration into SIECA
Nov-3-08 | The Federation of Chambers of Commerce on the Central American Isthmus (FECAMCO) urged the governments of CA to carry out concrete negotiations for the integration of Panama into SIECA.
1 - 9, of 9
Central American Chambers of Commerce
International Commerce
Central America Integration
Association Agreement between Europe and Central America
Porfirio Lobo Sosa
Daily Update Government PurchasesDownload brochure (only in spanish)Trade Inteligence Subscriber Access NewsletterContact Us MarketDataMexico Español
2008-2022 © CentralAmericaData.com
Trade InteligenceWho we areContact Us