Nicaragua: $ 32 Million for Technology Park

Scheduled to open in 2012, the Technology Park will be located at the Pedro Arauz Palacios campus.

Monday, February 28, 2011


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The project is to be developed in an area of over 24.000 square meters and will offer consulting, technical and legal assistance, specialized studies, technological support, process monitoring, training and business roundtables.

"According to the executive summary of the project, the Park will facilitate the flow of knowledge and technology among the scientific community, government and businesses, promote the creation of innovative companies through incubation and provide other value-added services, as well as space and facilities for companies," reports Elfinancierocr.com.

The project is the result of collaboration between the National Engineering University, the Government and private enterprise.

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Financing Sought for Technology Park

April 2013

Green Valley Business and Tecnology Park will be built on 230 hectares of land in Costa Rica, designed to accommodate high-tech companies.

It is expected that the technology park to be built in Argentina de Grecia, will attract high-tech companies in areas such as manufacturing, health sciences and services.

Costa Rica Plans Environmental Technology Park

February 2011

The Environmental Technology Park will be built in Pococí, Limón, with an estimated investment of $ 4 million.

Over a 14 hectare property, the park will include "storage facility, two bio-digesters and an open classroom for producers as well as research and training in waste management and recycling," reports Financierocr.com.

$2.3 Million invested in Panamanian Science Lab

March 2010

UNACHI, the Autonomous University of Chiriquí, will build research labs.

Works are expected to be completed on 2013.

“These labs will study vegetable tissue, natural resources, geographic information systems, parasites and herbs”, reported Laestrella.com.pa.

Industrial Park Announced in Guatemala for $16.5 million

January 2016

A strategic alliance between Escuintla and the Korean port of Incheon will be possible because of an investment of $16.5 million, announced the Korean Chamber of Commerce in Guatemala.

The President of the Guatemalan-Korean Chamber of Commerce (CGCC), Raul Salazar, announced the construction of the Michatoya Industrial Park in the municipality of Palin, Escuintla (about 60 km from Guatemala City), whose construction phase will end in July.

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