Nicaragua: Economic Situation Report III Quarter

The report notes that although private consumption remains the main engine, the pace of growth in economic activity continues to slow.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Economic Situation Report of the third quarter of the year, prepared by the Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic Development:

The Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic and Social Development (FUNIDES) presents its third report on economic conditions in 2014, which states that in the first 7 months of 2014, the economy has continued a slowdown which began in the fourth quarter 2013. The average variation of 12 months of the Monthly Index of Economic Activity (MIEA), original series, which had reached 4.8% in April stood at 4.2% in July.

On the other hand, growth was driven by the supply side by the manufacturing sector, other services and forestry, fishing and mining. In terms of private consumption demand continues to have high growth rates and there has been more buoyant exports. Private investment, which had lost momentum in the last report, is now in the negative.



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