Honduras: Exporter Guide

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U.S. exporters enjoy a strong position in the Honduran market, thanks to the CAFTA-DR agreement. More than 95 percent of U.S. industrial and commercial goods can enter the country duty free, with the remaining tariffs to be phased out by 2025. Close proximity to the United States and one of the lowest logistical costs in the region positions Honduras as a distribution point for Central America. In 2019, total U.S. agricultural, fish, and forestry exports to Honduras were $745 million, a four percent increase from 2018. The top U.S. agricultural exports to Honduras are: corn, soybean meal, wheat, pork and pork products, wine and beer. In 2019, The United States had a leading 36 percent ($347 million) market share for consumer-oriented products. Beer, vegetables, milk, cream, cheese and pork meat are the products with the highest export growth potential.

Honduras: Exporter Guide

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