CACM The Central American Common Market is a trade organisation formed in 1960 but suspended between 1969 and 1991 after a war between Honduras and El Salvador. Its current members are: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Honduras, and Nicaragua.
China said on it will slap a hefty temporary deposit on imports of sorghum from the USA, after finding that the U.S. grain has damaged the domestic industry. U.S. companies will have to put a 178.6 percent deposit on the ...Read More
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