Nicaraguan economy marked by stagnation and inflation

A marked slowdown in economic growth and the increase in inflation keep the Nicaragua economy in stagflation.

Thursday, October 23, 2008


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In the context of an election process and a difficult global situation, this reveals a Nicaragua with a index of risk in the third quarter of the year, greater than for the same period in 2007.

This proposal made by Nestor Avendano, Ph.D in Economics, analyzes a situation which is already complex, indicating that there is a growing deficit in the balance of payment of the country, as a percentage of the expected production for this year which is cause by the rise in international prices in raw materials.

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