Guide to Business in Nicaragua

General information for investors has been released, in bilingual format, detailing competitive advantages, investment opportunities in strategic sectors, legal and investment incentives.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Contents of the Guide Doing Business in Nicaragua 2012-2013:
I. Getting to know Nicaragua
- Country Profile
- Government
- Territory
- Population
- Economy
- Infrastructure
- Energy
- Road Network
- Ports
- Telecommunications

II. Competitive Advantages
- Favorable Business Climate
- Excellent Quality of Life and Public Safety
- Preferential Access to International Markets
- Qualified Labor Force
- Competitive Cost Structure

III. Trade Agreements

IV. Business and Investment Opportunities
- Contact Center and BPO
- Tourism
- Textiles and Apparel
- Agribusiness
- Light Manufacturing and Assembly
- Energy and Infrastructure
- Stock Exchange
- Aftercare
V. Legal Framework for Investment and Tax Incentives
VI. Immigration Benefits for Investors
VII. Commercial Entities
VIII. Financial and Tax System
IX. Labor Relations
X. Recommendations for a Successful Investment.

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