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By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua’s footwear industry took big steps forward in 2011 and 2012 with the investments of Tecshoes Latin America and Dikamar, respectively.

By Becerra Law, P.A.
21 BMW Vehicles Returned to Automobile Exporter by Federal Government

By PRONicaragua
Around 100 buyers are expected to attend the most important international fair for Nicaragua’s export offer, Expo-APEN, which begins today in Managua and will open through September 27th.

By Netwin Solutions
International supply chain services company selected GTKonnect as the operating system for its uClear+ customs brokerage and compliance system

By Street Crane Company
Visitors from around the world joined Street Crane to celebrate the opening of their new £3 million hoist factory. Street is the UK’s largest crane and hoist manufacturer and around 70 per cent of their turnover is derived from exports.

By PRONicaragua
The compound annual growth rate of automotive harnesses exports in Nicaragua from 2002 to 2013 reached 63 percent.

By d3tltd.com
Runcorn-based Technology Company Sees Overseas Demand For Its Specialist Services Grow World-Wide

By Street Crane Company
Industrial crane and hoist manufacturer, Street Crane Company, has won a place in the Sunday Times/HSBC Fast Track Awards for outstanding growth in export sales.

By PRONicaragua
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.

By PRONicaragua
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).

By PRONicaragua
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).

By PRONicaragua
During the first trimester of 2014, Nicaragua’s economy demonstrated signs of acceleration in its growth rhythm in relation to 2013, according to the Central Bank of Nicaragua’s report “State of the Economy and 2014 Perspectives”.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua participated in the 2014 Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention, the world’s leading mining event, with a delegation that showcased the country’s mining sector development and investment opportunities.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua expects to reach US$2,500 million in traditional exports and a similar amount in the textile industry based on an increased investment and increased production in the free zones in 2014.

By Sinomedia International Group
Businessman and longtime China-hand Tom Galey will also discuss why the Chinese credit crisis isn’t a crisis at all, the top five mistakes import-export businesses must avoid and his new book Making the China Connection

By Lux Industries Limited
After successfully hosting conferences at Tashkent, Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong, Macau and Thailand, Lux Industries will host its 2014 annual sales conference in Shanghai, China.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua’s textile sector could break a record in 2014 by registering US$1,600 million in exports, informed Dean García, President of the Nicaraguan Association of the Textile and Apparel Industry (ANITEC, for its acronym in Spanish).

By Hernon Manufacturing
President of Orlando-based manufacturing firm named 2013 District, State, and Regional Exporter of the Year by the Small Business Administration

By Hernon Manufacturing
President of Hernon Manufacturing victorious in State and Regional awards, is in consideration for National recognition

By The Doral Chamber of Commerce
Power Networking Luncheon, Featured Keynote Speaker: The Honorable Joe Garcia, Congressman, Representing the 26th Distict of Florida Speaking on "The Future of 2-Way Trade Between Latin America, Caribbean and...

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By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua’s footwear industry took big steps forward in 2011 and 2012 with the investments of Tecshoes Latin America and Dikamar, respectively.

By PRONicaragua
All footwear manufactured in Nicaragua has duty-free access to the United States, the European Union and other important markets.

By Becerra Law, P.A.
21 BMW Vehicles Returned to Automobile Exporter by Federal Government

By PRONicaragua
Around 100 buyers are expected to attend the most important international fair for Nicaragua’s export offer, Expo-APEN, which begins today in Managua and will open through September 27th.

By Netwin Solutions
International supply chain services company selected GTKonnect as the operating system for its uClear+ customs brokerage and compliance system

By PRONicaragua
A Nicaraguan delegation consisting of five companies and PRONicaragua, the official investment and export promotion agency, is participating in the 2014 New World Crafts fair being held in Antigua, Guatemala, from September 23-25.

By Street Crane Company
Visitors from around the world joined Street Crane to celebrate the opening of their new £3 million hoist factory. Street is the UK’s largest crane and hoist manufacturer and around 70 per cent of their turnover is derived from exports.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua’s growth in the autoparts manufacturing industry has been stimulated by the country’s access to the key markets around the globe.

By PRONicaragua
The compound annual growth rate of automotive harnesses exports in Nicaragua from 2002 to 2013 reached 63 percent.

By d3tltd.com
Runcorn-based Technology Company Sees Overseas Demand For Its Specialist Services Grow World-Wide

By Street Crane Company
Industrial crane and hoist manufacturer, Street Crane Company, has won a place in the Sunday Times/HSBC Fast Track Awards for outstanding growth in export sales.

By PRONicaragua
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.

By CSIMarket
In April U.S. Imports from Russia continued to increase on a high rate, despite political tensions over Ukraine.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua’s footwear industry under the free zone regime produces approximately 4,000 pairs daily with a workforce of 800.

By PRONicaragua
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).

By PRONicaragua
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.

By Academy of Design
Nation branding, although widely discussed in SL, might still be a new term for many of our readers here. So, let’s start by discussing what it means exactly. Nation branding is developing and managing the international image of a country.

By PRONicaragua
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).

By PRONicaragua
During the first trimester of 2014, Nicaragua’s economy demonstrated signs of acceleration in its growth rhythm in relation to 2013, according to the Central Bank of Nicaragua’s report “State of the Economy and 2014 Perspectives”.

By PRONicaragua
According to industry sources, the country’s mining sector will continue to expand its operations in the next three years with the opening of La India, the fourth industrial gold mine in the country, which will exploit the resource.

By PRONicaragua
According to the Center for Exports (CETREX, for its acronym in Spanish), until March 30, the country sold 571 million pounds of products abroad, which generated US$681 million and registered a 6.7 percent growth compared to the same period in 2013.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua participated in the 2014 Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention, the world’s leading mining event, with a delegation that showcased the country’s mining sector development and investment opportunities.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua expects to reach US$2,500 million in traditional exports and a similar amount in the textile industry based on an increased investment and increased production in the free zones in 2014.

By Sinomedia International Group
Businessman and longtime China-hand Tom Galey will also discuss why the Chinese credit crisis isn’t a crisis at all, the top five mistakes import-export businesses must avoid and his new book Making the China Connection

By Lux Industries Limited
After successfully hosting conferences at Tashkent, Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong, Macau and Thailand, Lux Industries will host its 2014 annual sales conference in Shanghai, China.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua’s textile sector could break a record in 2014 by registering US$1,600 million in exports, informed Dean García, President of the Nicaraguan Association of the Textile and Apparel Industry (ANITEC, for its acronym in Spanish).

By SMi Group
Dr Eric Noehrenberg, Shire AG give his views on the value of SMi's Parallel Trade Conference, the benefits for attendees, the challenges and future of parallel trade.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua’s economy grew between 4.5 and 5 percent in 2013, according to projections of the Central Bank of Nicaragua.

By Hernon Manufacturing
President of Orlando-based manufacturing firm named 2013 District, State, and Regional Exporter of the Year by the Small Business Administration

By PRONicaragua
The EXPOAPEN conference exceeded the US$37 million that were projected for this year’s purchase intention, besides having included new products for the exports market, such as processed foods.

By PRONicaragua
Over US$14 million were negotiated among buyers and providers during the 2013 LAC Flavors event, held in Granada, Nicaragua in late July. This figure marks a record in business transactions among the five editions of this annual event.

By PRONicaragua
An alliance between environmental groups, private sector companies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have decided to take advantage of the 2,080 tons of daily waste that Nicaragua produces for recycling raw material.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Chinese officials have proposed to ban low quality coal imports, in a move which could upend more than 60mt of seaborne trade. McCloskey Coal Report has the details.

By Hernon Manufacturing
President of Hernon Manufacturing victorious in State and Regional awards, is in consideration for National recognition

By The Doral Chamber of Commerce
Power Networking Luncheon, Featured Keynote Speaker: The Honorable Joe Garcia, Congressman, Representing the 26th Distict of Florida Speaking on "The Future of 2-Way Trade Between Latin America, Caribbean and...

By University of Missouri–St. Louis
Unique program prepares busy professionals to do business internationally with knowledge and success, all while affording flexibility and convenience

By Exports,Business
Agriculture is the first and basic occupation of almost all the countries. This integrated system of techniques, helps to control the growth of animals and plants that maintains the ecological balance and protects the human resources.

By Energy Publishing Asia Pacific
Traditional swing supplier, the US exported 22.8Mt of thermal coal from East Coast ports, up an amazing 166% year to date, adding to insecurity for Asian coal producers going into 2013. Energy Publishing’s Marian Hookham looks at the implications.

By PR 24x7 Network Ltd.
Mr. Kher said, “Indian Pharma exports are headed for a very healthy growth in generic and API exports and efforts are on to improve the foot hold of traditional medicine exports. Pharma exports by the end of 2014-15 are expected

By PRONicaragua
The Nicaraguan Center for Export Procedures (Cetrex for its acronym in Spanish) estimates the country will export around US$2.7 billion in 2012, if the calculation is correct, this would represent a 15 percent increase when compared to 2011.

By Suisse Credit Bancorp
Economic uncertainty, high unemployment and reduced liquidity in traditional financial institutions has led Suisse Credit Bancorp to the challenge of developing new cost effective solutions of funding trade transactions.

By Suisse Credit Bancorp
Economic uncertainty, high unemployment and reduced liquidity in traditional financial institutions has led Suisse Credit Bancorp to the challenge of finding new cost effective sources of funding for trade transactions.

By Jet Edge
Jet Edge is co-sponsoring a free exporting seminar and networking lunch July 11 in St. Michael, Minn. The seminar will feature trade advice from the U.S. Commercial Service, Minnesota Trade Office, Trade Acceptance Group and Jet Edge.

By ABN AMRO Commercial Finance
• UK small business turnover falls • Export turnover dips in Q1 but up year on year

By Bridge360
Austin-based software application development company honored by District Export Council for helping more than 30 U.S. companies establish an international presence.

By PRONicaragua
Nicaragua had a great exposure in this year’s Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention, the world’s leading mining event, during which it showcased the successful development of its mining sector.

By PRONicaragua
The Central Bank of Nicaragua stated that the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 4.7 percent in 2011, the highest growth rate in the Central American region and well above the Latin America and Caribbean average.

By Media Consulta International Ltd
Malta-based Trade Finance specialist FIMBank recently brought together the CEOs of all its international factoring JV to discuss corporate strategy and opportunities for growth within the context of the current global economic and financial scenario.

By Venture Finance
- Export turnover grows by 42 per cent in last quarter - Domestic turnover increases

By Bonnie Caver
Austin-based Software Application Development Company CEO will help shape trade and export policy.



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