Ambitious Investment Plan in Honduras

A government proposal seeks to generate in 5 years $13,000 billion worth of investment in tourism, textiles, intermediate manufacturing and business support services.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

From a statement issued by the President of Honduras:

Tegucigalpa, February 29. President Juan Orlando Hernández presented the National Economic Development Program 20/20 Honduras, the largest platform for growth promoted in the country's history, focusing on tourism, textiles, intermediate manufacturing and business support services, which will generate 600,000 jobs in five years, among other objectives.

This program, developed by the government of President Hernandez with private enterprise and the international consulting firm McKinsey, will allow for investments of more than $13,000 million. Moreover, in a subsequent phases, sectors such as agribusiness and housing will be included in this plan, which has been approved by the Council of Ministers.

Read full document "Programa Honduras 20/20".

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