· Imposes both legal and actual damages in the event of copyright infringement and infringement. This is a deterrent against piracy and ensures that criminal damage can be awarded even when it is difficult to attribute monetary value to counterfeiting. Why has CAFTA, like U.S. trade agreements before and after, failed to reduce widespread labour abuses? Kim Elliot, a member of the U.S. Free Trade Agreements` U.S. Free Trade Agreements, recently proposed this statement bluntly: the working provisions of U.S. trade agreements “are included because they are necessary to get congressional business.” She added: “This is really about policy, not how to raise labour standards in these countries.” Clothing containing certain substances and materials that are “rare” in the United States and Central America may also be duty-free. An expanded list of these “short supplies” has been developed in agreement with U.S. and central industry. American yarn and substance are processed in Central American clothing that arrives in Mexico and Canada. The new agreement aims to promote sustainable development and deepen its process of regional integration. This closer economic integration between the countries of the Central American region is important to attract investment in the region and help local businesses develop the strength of their regional market in order to be internationally competitive. · Central America and the United States have agreed on e-commerce provisions that reflect the importance of the issue in world trade and the importance of electronic service provision as a key element of a dynamic e-commerce environment.
· Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua will join the WTO Information Technology Agreement (ITA), which removes tariff and non-tariff barriers to computer products. Costa Rica and El Salvador are already present. bilateral free trade and economic integration agreements signed between the Central American government; To the extent that the description of a position or product corresponds to the description in the Central American Standard Customs Nomenclature (NAUCA) of the group (three digits), positions (five digits) or sub-positions (seven digits) in the left column, the title or merchandise must be interpreted as including everything contained in the NAUCA group, post or sub-post and its coding management.