CACM Member Countries


The CACM which stands for Central American Common Market emerged in 1960 with the goal of creating a common market for the Central American. From this point, the CACM is intended to establish the Union of the Central American, the same manner as the European Union.

The countries in Central America feature tropical climate and the people, in large part, are the mestizo. The population in Central America is predominantly roman catholic, and its economy is based on agriculture.

Spanish and English are the two languages that predominate, while the indigenous languages are spoken by many people as a result of their ancestry.

List of Countries of the CACM

The following nations are the founders and current member countries of the CACM:

Nicaragua

  • Government: Presidential Republic
  • Independence: 15 September 1821
  • Approximate population: 6.080.000
  • GDP: US$ 11,26 billion

Guatemala

  • Government: Presidential Republic
  • Independence: 15 September 1821
  • Approximate population: 15.470.000
  • GDP: US$ 53.8 billion

El Salvador

  • Government: Presidential Republic
  • Independence: 15 September 1821
  • Approximate population: 6.340.000
  • GDP: US$ 24,26 billion

Honduras

  • Government: Presidential Republic
  • Independence: 15 September 1821
  • Approximate population: 8.098.000
  • GDP: US$ 18,55 billion

Costa Rica

  • Government: Presidential Republic
  • Independence: 15 September 1821
  • Approximate population: 4.872.000
  • GDP: US$ 49,62 billion