Japanese Interested in Investing in Nicaragua

The company Mitsui may have told the Ortega administration that it is interested in participating in port infrastructure works in the country.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Representatives from the Japanese multinational firm Mitsui met in Managua yesterday with delegates from the state-run Investment Promotion Agency of Nicaragua (ProNicaragua) to discuss the possibility of investing in this country, an official source reported.

Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports that "...Mitsui is a global company that produces food and beverages, and industrial products, among other things.  The representatives from Mitsui showed a greater interest in the port projects, which have yet to be executed, in Nicaragua."

"..."The company (Mitsui) has been very interested in being able to contribute to integral development projects in our country, and they have expressed their interest in finding out more," said ProNicaragua's investment adviser, Laureano Ortega, through  government media."



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