Nicaragua’s Economic Situation

FUNIDES, the Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic and Social Development, unveiled its first economic situation report of 2010.

Friday, April 23, 2010

“Our report presents a balance of the economy up to September 2009, the results of the most recent business and consumer confidence surveys, an analysis of the Government’s economic and social program, and comparative data on Nicaragua’s competitiveness versus that of Central America”.

“Our economy’s recovery is being helped by faster than expected global economic improvement. However, advanced economies are still expected to recovery slowly, and risks abound, especially when government decide if they withdraw the massive stimulus packages they introduced to fight the crisis”.

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Nicaraguan Economic Situation Report Released

October 2011

The Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic and Social Development (FUNIDES) has presented its third report on economic conditions in 2011.

The report shows that although the country has shown steady growth of the economy, there are also challenges to achieve greater productivity and poverty reduction.

Economy of El Salvador in Second Quarter of 2011

August 2011

FUSADES has released a Situation Report for the period April to June 2011.

The report presents a comprehensive quarterly analysis of the behavior of El Salvador’s major economic indicators of, relating to the following sectors and issues: prices, real estate, fiscal, financial, external, agriculture, environment, social and global perspectives.

Nicaraguan Economy Under Threat

April 2011

Though it is currently doing well, there are various factors that could hamper the country's future performance.

The volatility of the international oil price, which affects prices paid locally, as well as uncertainty about the transparency of the electoral process due to take place in November, are two of the clouds on Nicaragua's economic horizon.

Nicaragua Economic Situation Report

September 2010

The economy performed favorably in the first half of the year; the only concern was the increase in inflation.

Nicaragua’s Foundation for Economic and Social Development (FUNDES) presented its second economic situation report of 2010, concluding that the government’s management of the economy remains responsible, but it is worried by increased expenses and some off-budget costs.

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