Nicaragua crippled by infrastructure in efforts to improve exports
Nicaragua should be capable of earning $5 billion a year in exports, but the current amount is less than $2 billion, economists say.
The volume of exports is out of synch with the large number of trade agreements that the country has signed in recent years.
Problems include insufficient finance for companies, a lack of investment in highways and transportation, and low-grade technology.
Original source (in Spanish): La Prensa