The LX Annual Meeting of the Central American Cooperative Program for the Improvement of Crops and Animals will focus on the generation of technology innovation for sustainable agriculture. During the convention there will be conferences, workshops, mini-courses and presentations and help in order expand the practice of the themes discussed.
The government has announced that it will revise all contracts awarded and projects that are not being run will be reassigned.
State institutions responsible for granting operating licenses to mining, forestry, clean energy generation and hydrocarbon projects, have a deadline of two weeks to complete the collection of all permits, licenses and concessions granted in the past two governments and present a report to President Juan Orlando Hernandez, who will decide whether or not to revoke the licenses that have not been executed in order to reallocate the revoked contracts to new investors.
Electricity generation by small plants that use renewable resources will not encourage a decline in consumer rates.
This was admitted by the director of development of renewable energy at the National Energy Council (CNE), Mario Rodriguez, who presented to representatives of the electricity sector the content of a Master Plan for Development of Renewable Energy.
Nicaragua should be a rich country. It was once a prosperous place. Granada was the most prominent city in Central America and a key spot in global commerce.
Chris Mayer, from The Daily Reckoning, Australia's leading investment publication, commented that Nicaragua's economy worsened during the 20th century, with widespread poverty and a population that migrates to other destinations looking for a brighter future.
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