Canada-Guatemala, Nicaragua and El Salvador (Formerly Canada – Central American Four) Free Trade Agreement Negotiations
Last updated March 2010.
Following twelve rounds of negotiations with El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua (the Central American Four), Canada and Honduras decided to concentrate on bilateral negotiations. On August 12, 2011, Prime Minister Harper announced the conclusion of negotiations on a Canada-Honduras free trade agreement during an official visit to San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Canada remains open to re-engaging in free trade agreement negotiations with Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua at a future date.
For more information, please see background information on the Canada-CA4 Free Trade Agreement Negotiations.
- Guatemala Fact Sheet
- Nicaragua Fact Sheet
- El Salvador Fact Sheet
- Canadian Trade Commissioner Services in Latin America and the Caribbean
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Trade Policy and Negotiations I Division (TPE)
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