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Reference FCO 7/1460
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Economic integration in Latin America (1970)
Description Honduras Balance of Payments. Draft 'Modus Operandi' for Central American Common Market (CACOM) running to 31 pages. Failure to agree this. Intransigence of San Salvador. Fund for the promotion of Industrial and Agricultural Development. Communiqué by Dr Armando Interiano, the Minister of Economy for San Salvador, setting out their reasons for not signing the 'Modus Operandi'. San José Protocol - Draft Regulations. CACOM's new 'Modus Operandi', the articles of the Protocol and meetings of relevant Central American Ministers and efforts of the Special Commission.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region South America
Countries Honduras, United States
Places Argentina; Belize; Costa Rica; El Salvador; Germany; Guatemala; Honduras; Iran; Latin America; Malta; Nicaragua; United States of America
People Interiano, Armando
Topics Agriculture; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Central American Common Market (CACOM); Common Market; Congress; Defence; Draft; Economy; Exports; Free trade; Irish Republican Army (IRA); Levies; Oil; organisation; Payments; Protectionist; Tariffs; Taxes; Textiles; Trade
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