Central American Union  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_American_Integration_System

 

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1942: No such comparison


Now: Central American Union


Description: Central American Integration System (Spanish: Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana; SICA) is an intergovernmental organization of Central American states. It has a standing invitation to participate as observers in the sessions and the work of the United Nations General Assembly, and maintaining permanent offices at UN Headquarters. Four countries, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua, are going through a process of political, cultural, and migratory integration and have formed the CA4 (The Central America Four) union, which has introduced common internal borders. The CA4 is joined by Costa Rica in matters of economic integration and regional friendship.


Established: 1991 and on-going unification

Members:


1.    Belize
2.    Costa Rica
3.    El Salvador

4.    Guatemala
5.    Honduras
6.    Nicaragua
7.    Panama
8.    Republic

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_American_Integration_System


In the News
2008

·    Central American states vow to promote regional economy
·    Central American Nations Agree on New Currency
·    Central American leaders meet in Honduras on integration
·    Central American states vow to promote regional economy
·    SIECA
2006
·    Nicaragua's Ortega supports Central American union
·    Central American summit calls for further integration in the region
2002
·    Relaunch of Central American Integration


Organization Web-Site: www.sica.int