Central American Economic Council
Conseil économique centroaméricain
Consejo Económico Centroamericano
13 Dec 1960, Managua (Nicaragua), within the framework of Permanent Secretariat of the General Treaty on Central American Economic Integration (SIECA). Replaced by ministerial commission of Central American Common Market (CACM), the Meeting of Ministers Responsible for the Economic Integration of Central America (ROMRIECA) which, together with SIECA and 'Forum of Vice-Ministers of Economy' now administer the General Treaty on Central American Economic Integration, 1960. Set up, May 1969, Central American Port Authorities Commission (COCAAP), replaced, 1981, by Central American Commission of Maritime Transport (COCATRAM).Available with paid subscription only.
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