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Guatemala to invest in customs infrastructure

Bnamericas Published: Wednesday, February 06, 2019
Guatemala to invest in customs infrastructure

Guatemala's tax authority (SAT) will invest some 400mn quetzales (US$51.5mn) over the next five years to improve infrastructure and equipment at the 20 customs facilities operating in the country.

The investments will be made under the 2019-2023 plan for the comprehensive modernization of customs facilities, which is aimed at facilitating trade and reducing logistics costs, government paper Diario de Centroamérica reported.

The procurement related to this investment will be overseen by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), according to the report.

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