General Treaty on Central American Economic Integration, 1960
Traité général d'intégration économique de l'Amérique centrale, 1960
Tratado general de integración económica centroamericana, 1960
1960-12-13 Managua Nicaragua
13 Dec 1960, Managua (Nicaragua), with annexes. Incorporates T-XT5801 - Agreement on the System of Central American Integrated Industries, signed 10 Jun 1958, and takes into account and keeps in force previous agreements: T-XT5819 - Multilateral Treaty on Free Trade and Central American Economic Integration and T-XT5915 - Central American Agreement on the Equalization of Import Charges, with accompanying Protocol on Central American Preferential Tariff, adopted 1 Sep 1959. Updated by T-XT9363 - Protocol to the General Treaty of Central American Economic Integration, 1993 (Guatemala Protocol).
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