Nicaraguan lags behind in tourism
Tourism in Central America is picking up the pace, but it Nicaragua seems to be lagging behind, more so when it comes to attracting investment.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
The World Economic Forum, in its recent Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index, ranked Nicaragua at number 99 in a list of 130 countries that attract capital and do business in the tourism sector.
A commercial and residential building and five apartment towers is what two companies plan to build in the form of a tourist resort in Punta Leona, on the Central Pacific coast.
Zcom Networks announced the acquisition of the Playa Paraíso Real Estate Development Project.
Grupo Mariana announced the construction of a residential and tourist complex with 1350 units in Nicaragua.
Law #8 promotes tourism activities in the country by offering tax relief on imports, real estate and capital investments, to name a few.
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