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Free-trade debates on the streets of Central Americas capitals sound like tales of the chupacabra, the mysterious, dog-like beast that can fly and drains livestock of their blood, wreaking financial havoc on pour campesinos.
Though CAFTA advertised the promise of economic matrimony fur Central America, Guatemala's defection has challenged the regions already shaky integration process and forced the United States to negotiate in an awkward "4 plus 1" format.
Due to the secretive nature of the negotiations, much of the free-trade discourse in Central America instead revolves around a 10-year case study of Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
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