Nov. 9, 2012
-- The Ministry of Development, Industry and Trade (MIFIC, for its acronym in Spanish), PRONicaragua, the official investment promotion agency of Nicaragua and the American Chamber of Commerce of Nicaragua (AMCHAM), recently presented the 2012-2013 edition of the Doing Business in Nicaragua Guide, whose objective is to promote and facilitate national and foreign investment in the country.
The document recollects information on Nicaragua’s investment opportunities, and is thus a key informative and promotional instrument for the country, which broadly demonstrates the country’s competitive advantages, and contributes to the successful and quick establishment of foreign and national operations in Nicaragua.
The guide covers specific topics related to doing business in the country, including main business opportunities, legal framework for foreign investment, ease of doing business, immigration procedures, purchasing property process, and labor relations, among other topics of interest.
s launch, on November 8th, sponsored by the Support Program for Improving Business Climate and Investments (PRAMECLIN, for its acronym in Spanish) and financed by the European Union, was attended by representatives of the country’s economic and commercial sectors, from the private enterprise and from government institutions.
The Doing Business is an annual publication with a circulation of three thousand copies and is available on the websites of MIFIC, AMCHAM and PRONicaragua. Additionally, it will be locally distributed through the embassies accredited in Nicaragua, national and foreign investors that visit the country, private sector chambers and public institutions that promote and regulate investment.