In the early 1990s, the United States was by far
leading trading partner, with Japan a distant second.
exports to Honduras in 1992 were valued at US$533 million,
percent of the country's total imports of US$983 million.
the rest of Honduras's imports come from its Central
table 6, Appendix A). Despite its status as
beneficiary of both the Caribbean Basin Initiative (CBI)
Generalized System of Preferences (GSP)--both of which
confer dutyfree status on Honduran imports to the United
run a long-standing trade deficit with the United States.
exports of goods and services by Honduras in 1992 were
million, of which about 52 percent went to the United
table 7, Appendix A). The current account deficit,
continues to rise, from US$264 million in 1992 to an
US$370 million deficit in 1993.
Data as of December 1993