Guatemala is located in the center of America, with a territory of 108,000 km2, making it the largest country in the region in terms of size and economy.

Guatemala is one of the few countries in the Americas that has access to both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Its geographic location makes it a strategic point for international logistics and manufacturing, fostering commercial relationships with connections to the world’s major markets, from the maritime borders of the Caribbean Sea or the Pacific Ocean.

In addition, the country stands out positively in several indicators, such as its macroeconomic stability, revealing an unchanged exchange rate over the past 20 years, a solid financial system, a predictable, moderate, and stable inflation rate over the past 12 years, and having the largest levels of international reserves in Central America, among other aspects.