Nicaragua Exports Shoes to El Salvador

Before the start of the school year, Calzados Alex is negotiating the sale with the Salvadoran Ministry of Education.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The shortfall in production in the Salvadoran industry, which cannot meet the demand, has led authorities to negotiate with other countries.

"It would be the first time that Calzado Alex would have exported school shoes to El Salvador directly, since last year they exported a small amount but through another company which outsources suppliers," says the article in Laprensa.com.ni.



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A trade mission managed to secure Nicaraguan purchase intentions worth $7.8 million in the South American country in the following sectors: meat, shoes, rum, sugar and pottery.

"Among the Nicaraguan products that are in the greatest demand in Chile are beef, rum, footwear, ceramics, sugar and other agro products, as well as ‘rosquillas de maíz ‘ (corn chips or pretzels) for which negotiations are starting," reported the Center for Exports and Investments (CIS) according to Laprensa.com.ni.

Slight Recovery in Intraregional Trade

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In the first five months of the year, exports summed $819.6 million, 33.5% more than in the same period of 2009.

Data from Exports Center Cetrex show that El Salvador shipped 788.584 metric tons of goods in the same period, 26% more if compared to 2009, when the country shipped 625.639 metric tons.

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