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With Countries in The Central American Common Market - CACM
Central American Common Market (abbreviated CACM - in Spanish: Mercado Común
Centroamericano, abbreviated MCCA) is an economic trade
organization between five nations of Central America. It was established
on December 13, 1960 between the nations of Guatemala,
El Salvador, Honduras
and Nicaragua in a conference in Managua.
These nations ratified the treaties of membership the following year. Costa Rica joined the CACM in 1963.
organization collapsed in 1969 with the Football War between Honduras
and El Salvador, but was then reinstated in 1991.
CACM has succeeded in removing duties on most products moving among the
member countries, and has largely unified external tariffs and increased
trade within the member nations. However, it has not achieved the
further goals of greater economic and political unification that were
hoped for at the organization's founding, mainly caused by the CACM's
inability and lack of reliable means to settle trade disputes.
the proposal of the Free Trade Area of the Americas, it is possible that
this new organization will replace the CACM (or make it redundant) by
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