March 2008
Caribbean Update;Mar2008, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs concerning Nicaragua. President Daniel Ortega announced that his government will be meeting with a U.S. delegation headed by Christy McCampbell, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Counternarcotics, to set strategies against smuggling of cocaine. A contract to rehabilitate the Villanueva-Somotillo-Gausaule road was entered into by MCA-Nicaragua and Corporacióon de empresas Regionales de la Construcción (COERCO).


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