In less than a month the Directorate General of Civil Aviation is expected to auction seven premises which until now have been occupied by the Wisa Group with its brand La Riviera.
As part of the investigations into alleged tax evasion undertaken by the Public Ministry since October last year,"... they have started to pack up the merchandise that was in the seven premises leased by Wisa Group from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC)."
Aircraft, helicopters, light vehicles and heavy trucks and hardware are some of the assets to be auctioned on October 21 in San Pedro Sula.
In an event being organized by the Administrative Office of Seized Goods (OABI) 260 lots of light and heavy cargo vehicles, thousands of auto parts for truck heads, tools, building materials and aircraft will be auctioned.
From August 26 to September 30 eight properties will be auctioned, including one in Albrook and another in Davis, with starting prices of $1.4 million and $3.2 million respectively.
The auction of Lot AL02-40, located in Albrook and which has a total of 4,456 square meters is scheduled for August 26, and the starting value for bids is $1.4 million.Land use for this property is commercial mixed urban-high intensity.
In the electronic auction a pound of coffee harvested on the farm Monte Llano Bonito won first place and the amount of $ 59 paid by an international buyer.
On June 21, the Japanese importer Wataru acquired for the coffee roaster Takamura, the best coffee in Costa Rica grown and harvested on the farm SUMA VA in Lourdes Cirri in Naranjo, Valle Occidental, during the International Cup of Excellence Auction.The grainwas sold at $59 a pound or S5900 per hundredweight for a batch of 11 bags.
In the electronic auction a pound of coffee harvested in the El Puente estate in La Paz, took first place with 91.7 points and a record $120 was paid by an international buyer.
The participant in the auction known as the Cup of Excellence 2016 paid $120.5 per pound of coffee from the farm called El Puente Kasai Coffee, followed by Maruyama Coffee & Toa Coffee, who took second place with a price of $120.10 per pound from the farm El Puente.
A call has been made to participate in the auction of property located in Punta Paitilla, owned by the Venezuelan company Seguros Constitución, which was taken over in August 2015.
The Superintendency of Insurance in Panama reports that the auction will be held on June 15, with a base price of $3.4 million. The property to be auctioned is commercial premises number 5 on three storeys, located in the Plaza Paitilla Mall on Avenida Balboa, Calle 56-A, Punta Paitilla, town of San Francisco.
In the international electronic auction by the union of fine coffees, Asian buyers paid $23.95 per pound for specialty coffee from the farm "Bella Aurora".
Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports that "...The second highest fine coffee price was obtained by the farm El Naranjo Dipilto, owned by Luis Emilio Valladares, with a price of $9.80 per pound; and third went to a grain from El Puma farm, owned by Alberto Javier Ramos Gutierrez with U $9.10. The lowest price in the list of 14 bidders stood at US $4.80 per pound".
Edwin Ruiz, executive director of the Specialty Coffee Association of Nicaragua (ACEN),"... said that this first event, now eminently Nicaraguan, exceeded initial expectations.For comparison, in 2015, the average price in the international auction was US $5.70, and it is now US $6.92.That translated into a rise of 17.6 percent. "
Event organizers said that this year there was a diversification of buyers, most of whom participated from Asia, particularly Japan, Taiwan and South Korea.
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