Government of Nicaragua obtains financing for Agriculture

The ministry, Ariel Bucardo, reported that the Government has obtained more than $100 million to finance agricultural production for the 2009-2010 cycle.

Friday, January 23, 2009

LaPrensa.com.ni reports: "Bucardo acknowledged that with this fund "they cannot meet the demand from the sector: and that is why they hope that this year the National Assembly will expedite the approval of the board of directors of the Produzcamos Bank in order to "seek more resources."

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