Alliance Between Wal-Mart and Nicaraguan SMEs

The US chain will sell goods produced by Nicaraguan SMEs in its supermarkets.

Friday, May 29, 2009

The alliance between the multinational and the Nicaraguan Ministry of Industry, Development and Trade aims to encourage the growth of the sector.

"Both sides announced the ‘lend a hand to grow' program which will turn SMEs into suppliers of handicrafts, textiles, groceries, perishables and general merchandise for distribution in the multinational’s supermarket chains in the United States," published Elnuevodiario.com.ni.

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31 Salvadoran entrepreneurs presented their products to Wal-Mart executives, at the Business Round organized by the multi-national company.

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The supermarket chain plans to expand its presence in the Central American countries where it already operates and not to expand itself to new markets.

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The retail giant will invest $54 million in new premises around the country throughout the year.

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Mexican businessmen see in Panama a potential market for small and medium enterprises who have been unable to participate in the North American market.

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