Nicaraguan crisis conflicts with efforts for regional integration, industrialists say
The crisis in Nicaragua is endangering efforts to promote Central American integration, according to Fecaica, the regional industrialists' organization.
"Panama and Costa Rica have been facing serious difficulties in reaching the countries of the Northern Triangle, and vice-versa," said Enrique Egloff, the president of Fecaica.
"We can't see any solution to the political and economic problems that are facing Nicaragua. It's a problem that is making the whole industrial sector of the region is looking sleep," he added.