Luxembourg Extends Cooperation to Nicaraguan Hotels
The European country decided to extend the hospitality training program, in which it has already invested $5.6 million, for 2 years.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
The investment was used in the construction of the National School of Tourism and Hospitality, equipment and technical assistance for the project.
Preparations are being made for the opening of a training center to improve the quality of services provided in the main tourist city of Nicaragua.
According to industry players, rural community tourism is growing "slowly, but surely."
With an investment of $500,000, the center has the capacity to train 500 people and to train bank staff.
The reduction to $25,000 on the minimum amount of investment required to enjoy tax exemptions opens up opportunities in a rising tourism sector.
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