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Nicaragua Holding Tight to $600 Million Worth of US Trade

Article Summary:

With $658.96 million generated in sales with the United States in 2011 it’s no wonder Nicaragua is continuing to go after the market with force, but fears of the nation’s instability jeopardize its perception as a safe place to do business.

Original Article Text From La Prensa via Google Translate :

Nicaragua is open to EE. States

Washington know firsthand the true socioeconomic and political face of Nicaragua. We know from the mouths of businessmen, economists, government representatives and political leaders at the forum “Nicaragua and its economy. Opportunities for growth, “on Monday 11, which is organized by the American Chamber of Commerce of Nicaragua (AmCham) and the Association of Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean (AACCLA).

The idea, according to the president of AmCham, Yali Molina, is that investors and government officials of the United States really know what the situation of the country, as in “Washington there is no clear perception of what is happening in Nicaragua.”

On behalf of the Nicaraguan businessman is the president of the Superior Council of Private Enterprise (COSEP), Joseph Adam Aguerri and Amcham. The economic outlook will be exposed by former Central Bank, Mario Arana, and the Government will be the presidential delegate for investment Alvaro Baltodano.

Employers want the investors of this country know the economic opportunities offered by Nicaragua to grow the business, but also the efforts being made by various sectors in the institutional and democratic and citizen security prevailing in the country.

Molina says that Washington is believed that Nicaragua is much more violent than El Salvador or Guatemala, when the truth is that the country is recognized to be a secure nation.

Cesar Zamora, vice president of AACCLA says that there will be a single message in the delegation traveling to the U.S. capital, but each person is free to present their perception of the situation in Nicaragua.

During the forum attended by officials from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. States.

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