Nicaragua: Private Sector Balance 2013

Free zones, metal mining and construction led economic growth during the year, say entrepreneurs.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

This was revealed by an economic assessment made by the Superior Council of Private Enterprise (Cosep). The housing sector will not register any variation because, as in 2012, 3,500 units were sold.

As for exports, the Cosep revealed that these fell by 0.58 %, which is positive according to Aguerri as they have been sustained despite a sharp fall in prices on the international market.

Some of the most dynamic sectors of the economy during 2013 were metal mining, with production growing by 18% with revenues of $430 million, compared to 2012 when it $420 million was generated.

" ... This year for the first time the growth of the volume of the free zone exports exceeded the exportable amount, which meant an increase of between 8% and 10 %, which means about $1.5 billion in revenue," noted an article in Elnuevodiario.com.ni.



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Inflation
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