Nicaragua Promotes Itself in Europe

The country is promoting in Europe its new fiscal incentives for tourism investments.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Nicaragua gets just 10% of its visitors from Europe. 30% are from the U.S and the remaining 60% from Central America.

Mario Salina, Nicaraguan tourism Ministry, and ProNicaragua’s tourism advisor, Laureano Ortega, explained the new incentives plan, which includes “fiscal incentives, easier red tape, … and the new Coasts Law”, reported Prensa.com.



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A statement from the National Chamber of Tourism reads:

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