China-Central America relations

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China and Nicaragua Sign Trade Agreement

Today, China and Nicaragua signed a free trade agreement after four rounds of negotiations that took place over the past year. The agreement has 22 chapters, including four chapters on services trade and investment.

China and Honduras Ready for FTA Talks

As part of Honduran President Xiomara Castro's China trip this week, the two governments announced that they are ready for trade negotiations. China also gave a green light to some Honduran agricultural products so they can be sold in China.

More China-Honduras Trade May Be On the Way after Diplomatic Relations Established

Today, China and Honduras established a formal diplomatic relationship and a top Chinese official said that China is willing to import more from Honduras.

China and El Salvador Start Trade Talks

This week, China and El Salvador announced that they will start the negotiations for a trade agreement. This will be the fourth set of trade talks between a Latin American country and China that have begun this year, as China's trade with the region has been growing steadily.

China Opens to Aquatic Imports from Nicaragua

China's customs agency recently published the regulatory guidelines for aquatic imports from Nicaragua, the most recent move by China to bolster bilateral trade after the two countries reestablished diplomatic relations last December.

China and Nicaragua Start FTA Negotiations

China and Nicaragua announced that they will launch a free trade agreement (FTA) negotiation, and in the meantime agreed on some tariff cuts that will lay the foundation for the FTA.
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