Mexican companies compete to build new $70 million hospital in Nicaragua
Mexican companies have a complete month to present their proposals for the construction of a new hospital in this capital, a project in which $70 million will be invested.
This will be the most modern hospital in the country, and it is the first time after the earthquake in 1972 that a hospital of this size and magnitude is built in Nicaragua.
For the construction of the new hospital, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration is providing a loan but 80 percent of the amount is coming from Mexican contributions.
Original source: Inside Costa Rica