Honduras: Businessmen Interested in Puerto Castilla

Grand Cayman and China investors have expressed interest in investing in Puerto Castilla.

Friday, January 21, 2011


Among projects being studied is the construction of a terminal for docking of cruise ships.

In a meeting with Ramon Lobo, businessman Antony Jauquin from Grand Cayman, said "... the initial investment will be $ 600 million dollars," published Latribuna.hn.

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