Canadians Seek Business in Nicaragua

A group of entrepreneurs from Canada will be visiting the country to explore business opportunities in different areas and present an investment plan for renewable energy.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Ortega administration explained that the businessmen will meet with their counterparts from the local tourism sector and the Nicaraguan Tourism Institute. points out that "...The Canadian delegation will be holding meetings with different institutions of our cabinet to explore business affairs," said Rosario Murillo, also First Lady, through government media."

"... They will also meet with authorities at the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources (Marena) to present a proposal for the generation of renewable energy, of which she did not offer details."

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