The project entitled TRAZAR-nic will be integrated into the Bovine Traceability Program of the Government of Nicaragua in order to manage the processes of certification and traceability of cattle.
An article in Laprensa.com.ni reports that "This program will complement the technical regulations NTON 11-026-10, for the registration and identification of bovine animals, approved by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (Magfor) in October 2011. '
Between 2011 and October 2014 58,587 farms and 1.3 million head of cattle were registered in the national traceability system.
According to the latest agricultural census, Nicaragua has 4.1 million head of cattle, of which 2,237 already have an identification device which forms part of the records which must be kept by farmers in order to complete the whole traceability process.
"In 2001, Costa Rica was near the top of the list of countries with the best connections together with powers such as South Korea".
Now, the State of the Internet report, by Akamai Technologies, reveals that from 2014 to 2015, Costa Rica continued to lose position in the global ranking of average connection speed, and from a poor 94th place has become worse, listed at 102, according to an article on Nacion.com
The licenses granted to the Chinese company will allow them to provide basic telephone services, data transmission, internet, phone and TV subscription, for terms of 10 to 20 years.
According to Elnuevodiario.com.ni "... The license to provide public telephone services nationwide was granted for ten years, according to Administrative Resolution 389-2014, contained in La Gaceta 166. It was also decided to grant a license to provide internet access services, cellular and IPTVS television subscription, also for ten years. "