Work is being done on producing better chia seeds in the country in order to meet the demands of international buyers.
Despite being one of the fastest growing crops in Nicaragua, the current shortage of chiaseeds could hinder production. For this reason, the Association of Producers and Exporters of Nicaragua (APEN) is working on the production of a new seed that meets the demands of international buyers.
The tender for the construction of an Administrative Center of the State is attracting building consortia from around the world, some of which are already operating in the country.
The Spanish company Ortiz Construcciones y Proyectos, Odebrecht Investimentos e Participacoes, from Brazil, Inabensa Installations, from Span, Shikun & Binui Ltd., from Israel, and Consorcio CAE from Guatemala are construction companies with experience in works in Guatemalan territory, which have submitted documentation as expression of interest in bidding for the CAE.
The Nicaraguan financial group has received approval to acquire a 55% stake in Produbanco in Ecuador.
The Superintendency of Control of Market Power in Ecuador gave its endorsement to Promerica Group, founded with Nicaraguan capital, to acquire a 55% stake of Produbanco, an entity from the South American nation.
Although six companies have already pre-qualified, it has been announced that the tender to build the Administrative Center of the State of Guatemala could be postponed until at least March 2016.
Julio Héctor Estrada, executive director of the Agency for Partnerships for Economic Infrastructure Development, explained that "... discussions are being held with multilateral and multi investment banks in order to secure financing for the project, but good conditions are needed because otherwise interest rates will be expensive. "
At the start of every new government there is an attempt made to attract investors for new drilling and explorations, without results to date.
Despite the efforts of recent governments, in the last decade, domestic production of crude oil has fallen by 55%, going from 24, 671 barrels in the first two months of 2002 to 10,899 barrels in the same period this year.
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