Nicaragua to boost coffee growers with US$20 million in aid

Nicaragua's government is to invest US$20 million this year in a program of technical and financial assistance for coffee growers. Coffee is the country's leading export.

Friday, May 23, 2008

Cash will be on offer to provide up to 20,000 growers with facilities for the purchase of machinery and equipment, said Walter Navas, a leader of the National Coffee Council (Concafé).

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