Maquila Association Commits to Maintaining Investment in Honduras

The Honduran Maquila Association, through its president Daniel Facussé, informed they will continue investing despite the political crisis.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

He added that "...those funds that have not been a result of work, those obtained fraudulently, those are the ones we must bring and put at the homeland's service".

"Worried by a possible trade blockage, Maquila business informed that, since the onset of the crisis they sent a delegation to Washington to explain, both to the State Department and the Congress, what is really happening in Honduras", published

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