Honduras Lifts Restrictions on Meat from Nicaragua

The Honduran government announced that it has suspended restrictions on the importation of Nicaraguan beef.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

ElHeraldo.hn publishes in its website: "The sampling of meat products with origin from Nicaragua has been suspended," starting this Tuesday, said the Secretary of Industry and Commerce of Honduras, Fredis Cerrato, to the minister of Promotion, Industry and Commerce of Nicaragua, Edging Solórzano."



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Hector Hernández, minister of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, declared that the commercial conflict with Nicaragua would be solved in eight days.

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