Transactions at Agro-industrial Exchange Increase 13%

The Agro-industrial Exchange of Nicaragua (Bolsagro) transacted $ 280 million in 2010, 13% more than in 2009.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Felipe Argüello, executive director Bolsagro, explained that products traded were, "sugar cane, peanuts, cattle, milk, vegetables, rice, beans, sorghum, sesame and coffee."

He added that these transactions were conducted through 12 positions subscribed to Bolsagro and that next year the plan is to increase the list of goods traded, specifically cocoa, honey and raw spices which have good export potential.

The Agro-industrial Exchange is operated by the Union of Producers of Nicaragua.

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