Nicaragua: Businessmen Present 2013-2016 Agenda

Arguing that the economy has benefited, the private sector will pursue and strengthen its model of negotiations with the government.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

This was the message given by the Superior Council of Private Enterprise (Cosep) during the celebration of National Entrepreneurs Day. According to the Cosep, this strategy has resulted in positive economic growth in Nicaragua.

The Council has included in its 2013-16 schedule five pillars needed to increase economic growth. "... The first, is a governmental framework and legal certainty. The other four pillars proposed are reducing the infrastructure deficit, increasing labor market formality, deepening and expanding financing and the fifth is the incorporation of technology, "noted an article in Laprensa.com.ni.



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