Connectivity and Market Access
Nicaragua's geographical position and its connectivity with the rest of the world, in addition to the benefits related to the different preferential access agreements, increase its potential to export to non-traditional markets.
Preferential agreements have become an important component of trade liberalization in Nicaragua, which is why the country continues to seek opportunities to ensure its successful integration into international trade and the global economy.
Free Trade Agreements
United States, Mexico, Panama, Taiwan, Dominican Republic, Chile, South Korea, Ecuador & European Union.
Central American Common Market
Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras & Costa Rica. Additionally, free movement of capital, services and human resources among CA-4 countries.
Generalized System of Preferences
Japan, Norway, Canada, Russia, and Switzerland.
Venezuela, Ecuador, Granada, Saint Lucia, Bolivia, Cuba, Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, and Saint Vicente and the Grenadines.
Agreements under Negotiation
Canada, Peru, Bolivia, ALADI (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Cuba)
Market Access Map