The exhibition will be held at the Crowne Plaza Convention Center and 60 companies will participate this coming August 27.
The fair will promote the commercial exchange between both countries, allowing Nicaraguan businesses to offer products of interest to the Chinese market.
Cristhian Marenco wrote in the El Nuevo Diario website: "Similarly, there will be two forums with industry professionals from the commerce sector and Nicaraguan businessmen who are interested in strengthening trade relations with China. In the forums, topics related to the diversity and quality of Chinese products, along with providing interested parties the opportunity to know what the demands of the Asian market are."
The Superior Council of Private Enterprise, COSEP, considers that this is not the time to negotiate a tax reform.
José Adán Aguerri President of COSEP, reported that within the current economic context, fiscal reform would not be a response to alleviate the difficulties.
Cristhian Marenco referred to statements by the entrepreneur in an article in Elnuevodiario.com.ni: "This is not the time for tax reform. This is not the time for constitutional reforms because the tax issue is not something that can be addressed quickly and lightly, much less during this crisis. It is essential to increase the number of taxpayers. It is important to reduce informality and for formality grow, which would mean greater revenue because more people would pay than those who are paying at the moment."
Part of the investment will be made with a $50 million loan from the BCIE, and the remaining funds will be supplied by the Nicaraguan government.
The new military hospital school, "Dr. Alejandro Dávila Bolaños," will be built on a site measuring 72,336 square meters, where the El Retiro Hospital was previously located. The El Retiro Hospital was a medical center that was destroyed by an earthquake on December 23, 1972.