國內外壓力的交叉影響形成國家政策，貿易性與非貿易性的因素決定了國家參國際社群的程度。 Globalization can be understood as a consequence of multiplicity of tendencies interacting with particular historical conditions and policies to produce its distinctive form.
Globalized economy is one in which patterns of production; exchange and consumption become increasingly delinked from geography of territorial distances and territorial borders. The globalization of the world politics is deeply economic affair that involves borders. Among other things, a globalization of economics, deduces that politics and economics are inseparable within social relations.
Bilateral discussions on economic and trade issues, reduced the obstacles to trade, and fair trade relationship based on the principle of reciprocity can be achieved. The push for the establishment of periodic cooperative conferences on economic and trade issues would help to expand the scope of bilateral economic and trade cooperation. The active participation in the activities of the Central American trade organizations would be a breakthrough and expand the room to maneuver within the Central American economic and trade playfield. By signing “Free Trade Agreements” with those Central American countries which have official diplomatic relations with Taiwan, bilateral economic and trade relations can be expanded in the region.
Also for Taiwan with Panama trade is very important in the way that Panama can represent them a good port or an open door for Taiwanese products for a market of 541 million people in Latin America.
Trade policy strategies emerge out of a matrix of domestic and international pressures that shape a nation’s strategic vision and determine the trade and non-trade elements of the nation’s participation in the international community. Free Trade Agreements are strategies shaped according to the particular foreign policy of each country, which can archive a variety of competitive social, economical and political goal.