Mexican companies seek investments in Nicaragua
Mexican companies are interested in investing in Nicaragua, particularly in the shoe-making and leather industries of Masaya and in the construction of a cheese-processing plant, the Mexican ambassador to Managua announced.
Monday, July 7, 2008
More than 20 Mexican companies visited Nicaragua to celebrate 20 years of free trade between the two countries, and many of the businessmen who were on the mission are now in talks with their Nicaraguan counterparts, the ambassador said.
Since March 1st Colombia has been charging a fee of 1% on textiles and footwear imported from the Colon Free Zone.
Guatemala's Army Military Industry will export kaibil-type boots to Nigeria, Panama and Honduras.
One hundred and fifteen textile plants in Guatemala are negotiating to buy electricity directly from power generators.
According to data from the Department of Commerce of the United States, El Salvador registered an annual growth in export values in his bid textiles to the United States to 5.1% in 2007 and experienced a surge of 12.4% from January to February of this year in relation to same period last year.
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