More Tourism Projects in Nicaragua

17 new projects were registered in the first 7 months of the year, with total investments of $70 million.

Friday, August 7, 2009

The Tourism Incentive Law and the recently sanctioned Coastal Law have been key factors in the sector's growth.

Newspaper El Nuevo Diario publishes in its website: "Tourism authorities hinted at 4 new investment projects to be announced this year, worth $50 million. With these, investment in the touristic sector could reach $110 million by the end of the year".

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Results of Guatemalan Investment Summit 2013

July 2013

It has been two months since the Investment Summit 2013 was held in Guatemala and two investment projects have materialized totaling $109 million.

These are the construction of a hydroelectric plant in Rio Hondo, Zacapa, capable of generating 32 MW and a mushroom production plant in Salcajá, Quetzaltenango.

Nicaragua after Russian Investment of $600 million

January 2012

The Nicaraguan Government wants to attract Russian interest in production, tourism, education projects and intends to sign cooperation agreements.

Nicaragua wants to attract Russian investments through productive projects, investment protection, education and cooperation worth a total of $600 million, the government said.

Honduras: New Tools for Tourism Investment

June 2011

The system provides instant information on properties and / or tourism investment projects.

The Ministry of Tourism has launched web sites called the Information Tourism Investment System (SIITH) and Tourism Information Geo Referenced System SIGTUR, in order to create a national tourist information platform that facilitates decision-making to local and international investors.

Tourism Investors waiting for key infrastructure in El Salvador

August 2008

Investors have the east coast in their crosshairs. Experts suggest building an alternate airport that offers coverage to that part of the country.

"There are several groups of investors that are planning big projects for the eastern zone due to the boost it has gotten from the La Union Port. Cruise ships can dock at the port so that visitors can tour the area," Miguel A. Chevez, a tourist consultant, commented.

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