Daily Update

Figures from the Crisis

elnuevodiario.com.ni, December 13

After the political and social crisis that began in April, the Nicaraguan economy will lose more than $1.3 billion this year, and GDP could decline by 4%, together with the collateral effects suffered by the countries of the region.

Nicaragua Acquires Less Capital Goods

How to recover from the crisis?

Central America: Pineapple Exports up 14%

CentralAmericaData.COM, December 13

In the first half of the year, Central American countries exported pineapple for $583 million, 14% more than in the same period in 2017, mainly because of sales to U.S. companies.

Central America Buys More Fertilizers from Mexico

Food Sector Purchases up 9%

$111 Million Awarded for Urbanization

CentralAmericaData.COM, December 13

Ingenieria Rec, S.A. was awarded the urban renewal project "Altos de Los Lagos - Second Stage," which consists of the construction of 1,620 homes on a 23-hectare site.

Guatemala: $24 million for Housing Construction

Tender: $100 million Urbanization Works

How Much the Strike Cost to the Economy?

CentralAmericaData.COM, December 13

Costa Rica's GDP would only grow 2.6% by the end of 2018, mainly because of the effect of the three-month strike by public officials, the Nicaraguan crisis, rising global interest rates and uncertainty over tax reform.

El Salvador: Better Economic Outlook

How to recover from the crisis?

Guatemala and the Minimum Wage Discussion

CentralAmericaData.COM, December 13

For agricultural businessmen, the proposal to change the minimum wage discussed nationwide jeopardizes the jobs and incomes of about 500,000 people working in agriculture.

Nicaragua: Decline in Formal Employment Gets Steeper

More Formal Employment in Nicaragua

Honduras: $54 Million for Hospital Works

CentralAmericaData.COM, December 13

A loan from the Inter-American Development Bank will finance the construction of a new hospital and the implementation of an automated information system in Honduras.

$60 Million Approved for Public Infrastructure

Nicaragua: $97 Million for Road Infrastructure

Recruitment Expectations Improve

CentralAmericaData.COM, December 13

For the first quarter of 2019, 12% of companies in Costa Rica expect to increase their payrolls, a figure that exceeds the 10% reported for the fourth quarter of 2018.

Recruitment Expectations for 2019

Costa Rica: Hiring Expectations

Not to the Port of La Unión Concession

CentralAmericaData.COM, December 13

Arguing a lack of transparency in the process, the Embassy of the United States in El Salvador asks Cepa to avoid initiating the process to grant the maritime terminal concession.

Concession of Port La Union Continues to Cause Polemic

Endless Tender for Puerto La Union

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GOVERNMENT

Which Changes are Foreseen in 2019?

prensalibre.com, December 12

Although some uncertainty is projected next year in Guatemala, because of the presidential and...

EMPLOYMENT

Workforce Automation: More Threat Than Opportunity

martesfinanciero.com, December 6

Although new jobs will emerge, technological changes will have a strong impact in the Central...

MARKETING AND SALES

Prices: How to Increase Profitability?

CentralAmericaData.COM, November 30

Estimating how much customers would pay if they bought from a competitor and defining how the...

BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT

No Legal Certainty?

CentralAmericaData.COM, November 7

The court's pronouncement that declared legal the strike of the state fuel refiner and...

EDUCATION

Do you speak English?

CentralAmericaData.COM, November 2

In the last year, Costa Rica significantly improved its level of English language proficiency,...

GOVERNMENT

NO State Intervention

elnuevodiario.com.ni, October 25

Arguing that the law of creation of the Nicaraguan Company of Imports and Exports attempts...

MARKETING AND SALES

More Attention to Price Management

CentralAmericaData.COM, October 19

Only a few companies are aware of the true impact of a proper strategy and price management on...

PUBLIC FINANCE

Shameless Justice

CentralAmericaData.COM, October 17

The representatives of the Supreme Court of Justice of Costa Rica are more concerned with...

ECONOMICS

Better prospects on the economic horizon

CentralAmericaData.COM, October 4

"Despite temporarily slowing in 2018, the panamanian economy is poised for a rebound in the near...

Economy

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0.87%
4.20%
4.77%
2.38%
0.77%
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172.5
257.4
238.1
157.0
3.12
353.9
Exchange Rate
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24.33
32.40
599.9
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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - Sunday, November 18, 2018

Cattleman's Week and Expoleche

Guatemala, Guatemala

From November 13 to 18, entrepreneurs of the livestock sector will meet in Guatemala City to address issues related to the technification of meat and dairy production.

Event by: Departamento Editorial de CentralAmericaData.com

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - Friday, November 23, 2018

11th Latin American Cluster Congress (CLAC)

Panamá, Panama

From November 21 to 23, a regional event will be held in the capital of the country in which topics related to competitiveness, innovation, territorial development and cluster management will be discussed.

Event by: Departamento Editorial de CentralAmericaData.com

World Panama Real Estate Marketing

Organization that operates in Panama and Panama.
Phone: (507) 3454542

World Panama real estate marketing promotes city and beach property listings for sale or rent with international syndication to more then 80 real estate web portals worldwide.

Company Profile

crcb-pacs latam

CRCB-PACS Latam is Nicaraguan company offering PACS Solutions for the visualization and manipulation of radiological images from X-rays, CTs, MRIs, mammographs, etc.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Central America
Phone: (505) 83346335

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