Cupid Nicaragua, the production company specializing in women's intimate apparel and sportswear in general, has announced the construction of three new industrial buildings.
From a press release from ProNicaragua:
Cupid Nicaragua, an American company specialized in the manufacture of intimate apparel for women and sports apparel in general has announced that it is currently investing up to $ 24 million in expanding its operations in Nicaragua through the construction of three new industrial buildings. Located in the Parque Industrial Las Palmeras, Carazo, the new facility will have a total area of 30,000 square meters and will employ approximately 2,700 people.
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