Nicaraguan Dairy Products Facing Problems in El Salvador

Last week, El Salvador canceled import permits for Nicaraguan dairy products.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Such measures are costing the sector daily losses of $250.000, according to 10 milk companies from the Central zone of Nicaragua.

From Nicaraguan newspaper El Nuevo Diario: "Each day, these companies gather 700 thousand liters of milk and process 218.750 pounds of cheese, production they cannot send to El Salvador, because permits have been cancellation by the country's agricultural ministry."

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