Cargill Meats has $30 million investment plan for Nicaragua
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Cargill Meats Central America says that growth in Nicaragua’s poultry market has given it confidence to invest in expansion.
From next year through 2014, Cargill aims to invest $30 million. The plans include farms, processing plants, new distribution centers and cold storage.
The company’s executives made clear that everything depends on the government’s efforts to maintain a positive business climate and that it keeps to its promise of refusing to authorize imports.
Original source (in Spanish): La Prensa