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The design of the Honduran ZEDE is to create an investment/employment jurisdiction that meets international standards for rule of law, efficiency, security, and transparency to a degree that surpasses any competing investment zone in the CAFTA region.
The superscript 0 and 1 represent the level of price or utility in the period before and after the implementation of CAFTA (Central American Free Trade Agreement) respectively.
Three days prior to the vote, Schwab said that it would be "difficult to imagine" Washington negotiating a new trade pact with Costa Rica if CAFTA was rejected.
Ambassador to Costa Rica Mark Langdale visited textile factories and threatened workers, saying if CAFTA wasn't passed, the factories would all close.
In the meantime, CAFTA and SPP are being used to ratchet up the broadening and deepening processes in preparation for a future reintroduction of the FTAA.
CAFTA would create a free-trade area between the United States, the Dominican Republic, and five Central American countries--Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua: Its supporters say it would make more than 80% of U.
CAFTA would reduce trade barriers between the United States, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.
Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney made a rare joint visit to the Capitol to lobby for CAFTA, which had already been passed by the Senate.
has lost more than 765,000 jobs according to the Stop CAFTA coalition.
Cid-Gallup said that among those who were aware of CAFTA and who also believed it would be ratified by the Legislative Assembly, 74 percent said they thought that once it was ratified, the benefits from CAFTA would be seen three or more years later.
Moreover, CAFTA includes the first public submission mechanism that creates an avenue for citizens to raise specific complaints associated with the enforcement of environmental laws.
Hollywood also sees CAFTA as a money saver, both in the elimination of duties on products, as well as new copyright protections.