Nicaragua Seeks Investors in Guatemala

Most notable are the opportunities in agriculture "because there is a lot of land" for production in sectors such as cocoa, rubber, oil palm and sugar.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

A delegation of businessmen and government officials from Nicaragua will meet with Guatemalan entrepreneurs from the agricultural sector in order to persuade them to invest in their country.

"We have opportunities for crops such as cocoa, rubber, oil palm and sugar. We are aiming to explore and exploit our lands, in other countries land is scarce, there is land in Nicaragua, and a lot of it," said Alvaro Baltodano, Nicaragua's presidential delegate for the Promotion of Investments, reported

Several Guatemalan companies are already operating in Nicaragua, such as Grupo Pantaleon who aquired the Monterrosa sugar mill, Organización Leal y Spectrum, which is developing a housing and tourism complex in the resort of San Juan del Sur.

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Nicaragua already exports products worth $1,300,000 to the Asian country and is keen to promote its agriculture and tourism sectors.

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Chilean Trade Mission to Nicaragua

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A group of industrial companies in the South American country plan to visit the country in late April to explore business opportunities with Nicaraguan businessmen.

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African palm, coffee, pineapple, bamboo, cocoa and forestry are the categories that the Nicaraguan government is promoting as investment opportunities in the Caribbean coast.

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Germans Seeking Business in Nicaragua

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Seven German companies are visiting the country to explore opportunities in sectors related to hydraulic engineering, energy, transportation, agricultural production and health.

A delegation of 10 representatives from seven German businesses will be staying for a week in the country to meet with various business chambers and look for investment opportunities in different sectors, including the project of the Grand Canal.

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