The Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) is the first free trade agreement between the United States and a group of small developing countries: our Central American neighbor Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. CAFTA-DR promotes the strengthening of trade and investment relations, prosperity and stability throughout the region and along our southern border. Accordingly, the signed plenipotentiaries have signed this Agreement. Done at London, this 19th day of June 1951, in English and French, both texts being equally relevant, in a single original which shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of the United States of America. The Government of the United States of America shall transmit a certified copy to all signatory and acceding States. CAFTA-DR strengthens the rights and conditions of workers in the region by imposing the protection at work to which its workers are entitled under the national laws of the countries. This also applies to the first dispute under a free trade agreement, in order to ensure that Guatemalan workers can exercise their rights under Guatemalan law. We continue to work to help Guatemala achieve this result and obtain the benefits of enforcing the law on respect for internationally recognized labour rights. Letter on representation, distribution or manufacturing contracts The network was created on 11 Created on 10 October 2017, after two European networks – the CIFCA (Copenhagen Initiative for Central America and Mexico) and Grupo Sur – decided to join forces to strengthen their advocacy actions aimed at promoting a participatory European policy, with a gender perspective that contributes to full respect for human rights.

Democratization and sustainable development in Latin America. . The Contracting Parties to this Agreement, the 4th North Atlantic Treaty signed at Washington on 4 April 1949, considering that the forces of one Party may be deployed in the territory of another Party after consultation; Bearing in mind that the decision to send them and the conditions under which they will be sent, unless such conditions are laid down in this Agreement, shall continue to be the subject of separate agreements between the parties concerned; They agreed as follows: Letter on foreign bank branches and additional reserve requirements Trade under CAFTA-DR supports made-in-America jobs and opens up opportunities for well-paying work, as goods move across borders and are turned into finished products. Together, our region can better compete. Annex III (Non-Conforming Measures for Financial Services) Letter concerning the tariff treatment of certain confectionery. Trade and economic growth promote prosperity and stability as well as opportunities for the citizens of their home countries.. . . .