Free Trade Agreement might become a nightmare

Exporting goods to the US from countries that don't have a free trade agreement is actually easier and cheaper than within the framework of FTA's such as the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), writes Heide B. Malhotra in the Epoch Times.

FTA screwed – again!

In 2007 it was the PRD government of Martin Torrijos which, with the appointment of Noriega-era memorabilia Pedro Miguel González Pinzón as president of the National Assembly prevented the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) from being ratified by the US. Of course our new leader, SuperPresident Martinelli99, couldn't stay behind. And he succeeded!