The Danish-Nicaraguan Chamber of Commerce (Dancham) supports Danish entrepreneurs doing business in Nicaragua, promoting trade between the two countries.
"The idea is to be the first port of call for people with ideas, foreign investors who want to enter Nicaragua and Nicaraguans who want to expand their trade there (Europe)", said Lars Moller Baquero, president of Dancham in Laprensa.com.ni.
Denmark closed its embassy in Managua some time ago.
Also giving support is the The Northern European Chamber, which aims to bring together all European employers who also due to the close of their embassies require a "bridge" to further strengthen trade and investment relations with Nicaraguans, said Baquero.
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The danish representatives ended a three day row of meetings in an effort to establish business contacts.
The meeting was promoted by the Danish Embassy, the Nicaraguan exporters, APEN and the Danish Federation of Small and Medium Companies, under the danish programme Business to Business.
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