The free trade agreement between Mexico and Nicaragua came into force on 1 July 1998. Discussions on a free trade agreement between Mexico and Central American countries began in January 1991, when the presidents of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, as well as Mexico, signed the Tuxtla Gutiérrez Declaration, which provided a framework for trade relations between Central American countries and Mexico. At the second Tuxtla Gutierrez Summit in 1996, countries reaffirmed their commitment to the creation of a free trade area and agreed to continue work on bilateral or regional free trade negotiations. In 1991, Mexico and Nicaragua began negotiations for a free trade agreement. At the second Tuxtla Gutierrex Summit, Mexico and Nicaragua committed, in the joint declaration and action plan, to conclude these negotiations in the first half of 1996. The free trade agreement was signed on 18 December 1997 in Managua, Nicaragua. This agreement replaced a 1985 bilateral trade agreement that was in effect until 30 June 1998. . Frecuente cortas expresiones: 1-400, 401-800, 801-1200, Més Resultados: 218. Exactos: 218. Tiempo de respuesta: 275 ms. On 6 August 2007, the Nicaraguan Assembly adopted an additional protocol to the issue of textile accumulation under the Mexico-Nicargua Free Trade Agreement.
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