More than 750 Colombian companies have debuted in the United States because of the Free Trade Agreement

Posted by Camilo Espinosa on May 13, 2013

The Free Trade Agreement (“FTA”) between Colombia and the United States has proven to be an amazing tool for U.S./Colombian importers and exporters. For example, according to El Tiempo, a Colombian newspaper, the FTA has opened a new market

for 187 Colombian products that had no previous market in the United States before the enacting of the FTA. Additionally, the FTA has allowed 775 Colombian companies to explore a new market and bring their products to 18 different U.S. states.

Pursuant to governmental officials from Colombia, "there is growing interest of how does cialis work Colombian exporters to come into the U.S. market.” The FTA poses stability, especially on the tariff/tax issue because Colombian exporters and viagra price importers do not need to worry about negotiating the renewals of the ATPDEA in order to levitra 10 mg export their products to the U.S. market.

Some Colombian goods that are being exported to the U.S. are: fresh fruits, levitra side effects fish liver oils, comic viagra price strips and cartoons, batteries, fishing boats, portable hydraulic jacks for cars, tilapia and color coffee machines.

The FTA strengthens the reciprocal two-way trading relationship, has bolstered export growth and supports the creation and security of jobs. The agreement immediately provides duty-free access to the Colombian market for more than 80 percent of U.S. consumer and industrial goods.

Contact Miami trade attorneys at LOIGICA today to learn more about the FTA and/or how to export your products to buy viagra online Colombia and to other South American countries.

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