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The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has projected Nicaragua’s economic growth for this 2014 at approximately 5 percent.
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A recently published study by Gallup highlighted Nicaragua as the safest country in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Dräxlmaier built a second industrial facility in Nicaragua with the objective of duplicating production capacity and labor force.
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Nicaragua received almost 650 thousand foreign visitors in the first semester of 2014, which represents an increase of 7.1 percent in comparison to the same period in 2013, according to the National Tourism Chamber.
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Nicaragua’s growth in the autoparts manufacturing industry has been stimulated by the country’s access to the key markets around the globe.
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The compound annual growth rate of automotive harnesses exports in Nicaragua from 2002 to 2013 reached 63 percent.
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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) recently launched ConnectAmericas, the first online community of companies in the Americas.
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The I International Mining Conference will take place on August 12-14, 2014 in the city of Managua.
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The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, recently visited Nicaragua and publicly acknowledged the country’s accomplishments in terms of social inclusion and renewable energy generation.
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Nicaragua’s constant economic growth and stability was recently highlighted in Forbes Central America’s July edition.
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Nicaragua’s Better Work program has benefitted more than 38 thousand employees of the textile and apparel sector.
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The Nicaraguan Chamber of Mines (CAMINIC, for its acronym in Spanish) will organize the I International Mining Conference on August 12-14, 2014 in the capital city, Managua.
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Footwear manufactured in Nicaragua can benefit from tax-free access to the United States, as stipulated in the framework of the Free Trade Agreement between Central America, the United States and the Dominican Republic (DR-CAFTA).
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Nicaragua has been found to be a proficient manufacturer of a wide variety of footwear ranging from leather loafers and high heels, synthetic sandals, and rubber boots.
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Nicaragua was found to be especially competitive for the production of women leather heels, according to a study by Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America (FDRA).
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Nicaragua attracted a total of US$1,388 million in terms of foreign investment gross inflows in 2013, which represents an 8 percent increase compared to the US$1,284 million received during 2012.
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The Brazilian footwear manufacturing company based in Nicaragua, Tecshoes Latinoamérica S.A., plans to expand its production structure in the course of 2014.
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Nicaragua participated in the second World Cocoa Conference with a delegation that successfully showcased the country’s cocoa export offer.
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The Government of Nicaragua, in collaboration with the European Union, recently launched a program to aid local companies in building capacity and increasing their competitiveness in order to penetrate key international markets.
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Nicaraguan chocolate bars were awarded silver and gold medals in the 2014 European Plain/Origin Bar Semi-Final and the European Open Competition of the International Chocolate Awards.
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Nicaragua was featured as the fifth country in the world with the highest share of GDP invested in renewable energy generation in the recently launched Renewables 2014 Global Status Report (GSR), published by REN21.
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Nicaragua, an up-and-coming footwear producer recognized by the Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America (FDRA) as a “rising star”, is currently producing and exporting the world renowned British shoe brand Clarks.
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Nicaragua’s footwear industry under the free zone regime produces approximately 4,000 pairs daily with a workforce of 800.
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Nicaraguan exports have reached an estimate of US$1,100 million up to March 2014 (excluding free zones), US$50 million more than the same period in 2013, according to data by the country’s Exports and Investment Center (CEI).
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Nicaragua is the second safest country in Latin America according to the Security Index of the 2013-2014 Regional Human Development Report by the UNDP, officially presented in Nicaragua this week.
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When operating in Nicaragua, exporter-manufacturers do not only benefit from the country’s strategic location to provide a quick response to the United States and European markets, but also obtain duty-free access to introduce their products.
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Nicaragua will participate in the 2014 Latin America Down Under conference to be held on May 28-29 in Sydney, Australia.
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After its recent visit to Nicaragua to evaluate the country’s economy performance, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) officially declared that the country’s economy grew at relatively high rates and its macroeconomic stability strengthened.
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A Nicaraguan delegation, which included representatives from the government and the private sector, traveled to Washington D.C. to stimulate the economic relationship between the two countries.
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Nicaragua’s oil industry is more than qualified to compete internationally, according to Rodrigo Caldera, President of the Nicaraguan Chamber of Industry (CADIN, for its acronym in Spanish).

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