Nicaragua Increases Participation in Trade Fairs

The country plans to increase by 42% its participation in foreign trade fairs for 2011.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Roberto Brenes, general manager of the Center for Exports and Investment in Nicaragua, said they will have cooperation from the Enterprise and Employment Program of USAID.

The manager told El Nuevo Diario, "This year we went to seven trade fairs, but next year we will add three more, which will make 10 fairs or more for the year, adding new markets (besides Central America, United States Europe) in Venezuela and Ecuador."



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