Mexican Companies in Trade Mission to Nicaragua

Toluca Valley entrepreneurs are in the country exploring possible partnerships and investment projects.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

The twenty members of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (Canaco-SERVYTUR) of the Toluca Valley, Mexico, is part of the Program of Private Sector Investment (PSI), launched by the Netherlands in conjunction with the Center for Exports and Investments (CEI). reports, "PSI promotes new investments in Nicaragua, in which the Netherlands contributes half of the value, the partner country (in this case Mexico) is collaborating with 70 percent of the other half and the national counterpart puts the rest. The program calls for investments between $ 300 mil and 1.5 million Euros."

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A total of 17 Nicaraguan entrepreneurs and producers will take part in a trade mission to visit the Andean country from 16th to 19th April.

Beef, cigars, handicrafts, and organic products such as roselle and honey have "great potential to break into the Chilean market," said Roberto Brenes, general manager of the Export and Investment Center (CEI).

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Dairy, crafts and industrial products are some of the goods that will be exported to the Caribbean country.

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Panamanian Trade Mission in Nicaragua

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Panamanian businessmen negotiated purchases for $ 1.5 million of Nicaraguan products over three days of meetings.

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The value of Nicaraguan exports grows

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The Export and Investment Center (CEI) expects that the country's exports at the end of the current year will reach a total value of $1.5 billion.

Robert Brenes, General Manager of CEI, says that in reality, during the first six months of the year, there was an increase of 30% in exports in relation the same period in 2007, especially in exports to the United States, which is Nicaragua's main trading partner.

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