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Honduras

Trade facilitation agreement ratified: July 14, 2016

 

Ms. KARLA PATRICIA LOPEZ ZEPEDA

CORDINADORA DE FACILITACION DEL COMERCIO DE LA SECRETARÍA DE DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO

COLONIA HUMUYA, EFIFICIO SAN JOSE, SOBRE EL BOULEVARD JOSE CECILIO DEL VALLE, TEGUCIGALPA, M.D.C., HONDURAS, CENTROAMERICA
HONDURAS

Telephone: 504-22358485

Fax: 504-22355047

Ms. JERONIMA URBINA CRUZ

DIRECTORA GENERAL DE INTEGRACION ECONOMICA Y POLITICA COMERCIAL DE LA SECRETARÍA DE DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO

COLONIA HUMUYA, EFIFICIO SAN JOSE, SOBRE EL BOULEVARD JOSE CECILIO DEL VALLE, TEGUCIGALPA, M.D.C., HONDURAS, CENTROAMERICA
HONDURAS

Telephone: 504-22358485

Fax: 504-22355047

Mr. ALANA LANZA

TECNICO DE LA MISION DE HONDURAS ANTE LA OMC

RUE DE VERMONT, No 9A, 1202, GINEBRA, SUIZA
SUIZA

Telephone: (41 22) 748 1444

Fax: (41 22) 748 1445

Reports, Studies, etc.

TFA implementation assistance

Partner organizations

Short-term projects

Information Extracted from Article 22 Notifications

Description of the assistance Committed / Disbursed Beneficiaries Implementing agencies Procedures for disbursements
2015
Canada
ITC Institutional Support: This grant supports the ITC's operational plan for 2015. The Centre provides assistance by making policy environments friendlier for export business, by strengthening the institutions that provide support to exporters, and by assisting small export enterprises and communities to reach global markets with products and services. Its activities take into account crosscutting development issues such as gender equality, sustainable development and poverty reduction. Committed CAD 950000 Disbursed CAD 950000 Latin America & The Caribbean, Asia, Africa International Trade Centre http://w05.international.gc.ca/projectbrowser-banqueprojets/project-projet/details/d000971001
Support to the Regional Infrastructure Integration Fund: Fund will support the following priority areas to facilitate both public and private infrastructure investments: (1) Strengthening best practices in regional regulatory frameworks by removing regulatory bottlenecks at border crossings; (2) Promoting investments that reduce the logistics costs of regional trade by investing in infrastructure corridors, ports and maritime services, and improving market structures for air cargo services; and (3) Enhancing transnational regulatory frameworks for key regional markets, such as energy and telecommunications. Committed CAD 10000000 Latin America & The Caribbean Inter-American Development Bank http://w05.international.gc.ca/projectbrowser-banqueprojets/project-projet/details/m013611001
ITC Institutional Support: This grant supports the ITC's operational plan for 2015. The Centre provides assistance by making policy environments friendlier for export business, by strengthening the institutions that provide support to exporters, and by assisting small export enterprises and communities to reach global markets with products and services. Its activities take into account crosscutting development issues such as gender equality, sustainable development and poverty reduction. Committed CAD 950000 Disbursed CAD 950000 Latin America & The Caribbean, Asia, Africa International Trade Centre http://w05.international.gc.ca/projectbrowser-banqueprojets/project-projet/details/d000971001
Support to the Regional Infrastructure Integration Fund: Fund will support the following priority areas to facilitate both public and private infrastructure investments: (1) Strengthening best practices in regional regulatory frameworks by removing regulatory bottlenecks at border crossings; (2) Promoting investments that reduce the logistics costs of regional trade by investing in infrastructure corridors, ports and maritime services, and improving market structures for air cargo services; and (3) Enhancing transnational regulatory frameworks for key regional markets, such as energy and telecommunications. Committed CAD 10000000 Latin America & The Caribbean Inter-American Development Bank http://w05.international.gc.ca/projectbrowser-banqueprojets/project-projet/details/m013611001
2017
European Union
Regional Economic Integration Project Committed EUR 21000000 Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala European Commission DG DEVCO
Regional Economic Integration Project Committed EUR 21000000 Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala European Commission DG DEVCO
2016
United States of America
Border and related agencies capacity building Committed USD 10120 Disbursed USD 10120 Latin America US Agency for International Development (USAID) ADS 201: https://www.usaid.gov/ads/policy/200/201.
Administrative procedures Committed USD 132270 Disbursed USD 132270 Latin America US Agency for International Development (USAID) ADS 201: https://www.usaid.gov/ads/policy/200/201.
Border and related agencies capacity building Committed USD 3129510 Disbursed USD 3129510 Latin America US Agency for International Development (USAID) ADS 201: https://www.usaid.gov/ads/policy/200/201.
Border measures Committed USD 4527530 Disbursed USD 4527530 Latin America US Agency for International Development (USAID) ADS 201: https://www.usaid.gov/ads/policy/200/201.
Canada
ITC Institutional Support 2016-2019: This grant represents Canada’s institutional support to the International Trade Centre, the technical co-operation agency of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. The Centre provides assistance by making policy environments friendlier for export business, by strengthening the institutions that provide support to exporters, and by assisting small export enterprises and communities to reach global markets with products and services. Its activities take into account crosscutting development issues such as gender equality, sustainable development and poverty reduction. Committed CAD 2850000 Disbursed CAD 950000 Latin America & The Caribbean, Asia, Africa International Trade Centre http://w05.international.gc.ca/projectbrowser-banqueprojets/project-projet/details/D002475001
Support to the Regional Integration Fund: fund will support the following priority areas to facilitate both public and private infrastructure investments: (1) Strengthening best practices in regional regulatory frameworks by removing regulatory bottlenecks at border crossings; (2) Promoting investments that reduce the logistics costs of regional trade by investing in infrastructure corridors, ports and maritime services, and improving market structures for air cargo services; and, (3) Enhancing transnational regulatory frameworks for key regional markets, such as energy and telecommunications. Committed CAD 10000000 Latin America & The Caribbean Inter-American Development Bank http://w05.international.gc.ca/projectbrowser-banqueprojets/project-projet/details/m013611001
Central America, Panama, Dominican Republic Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CAPTAC-DR): support facilitates economic growth in the Centre’s member countries by strengthening National and regional public institutions’ economic, financial, and statistical management capacities. CAPTAC-DR responds to requests from the governments of member countries for macroeconomic technical assistance and training in areas such as central banking, monetary and exchange rate policy, tax policy and administration, customs policy and administration, and financial statistics. Committed CAD 10000000 El Salvador, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Panama, Honduras, Costa Rica International Monetary Fund http://w05.international.gc.ca/projectbrowser-banqueprojets/project-projet/details/D000916001
Japan
Capacity building resources Disbursed USD 7000 Latin America & The Caribbean Government of Japan ODA
Capacity building resources Disbursed USD 4000 Latin America & The Caribbean Government of Japan ODA

Information updated on 25.09.2018.

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