Central America and the International Trade of Poultry Products


The  document  describes  the sometimes protectionist guidelines that rule international trade of poultry products and have therefore affected in one way or another Central America’s insertion into this market. It  studies animal health measures required for trading in poultry products and carry out a comparative analysis of customs duties in several countries and according to trade agreements for these products. Especially, it  draws the attention to the route Central American poultry products must follow in order to have access to extra-regional markets and, at the same time, draw attention to some compatibility problems between animal health measures and the WTO’s Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS Agreement).

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