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Ortega faces schism of business leaders

Monday, February 24, 2020

In January, The Economist Intelligence Unit forecast a contraction of the Nicaraguan economy for 2020 and a slight recuperation between 2021 and 2024, while indicating a continued rupture in relations between the private sector and the regime, and its subsequent impact on economic growth.

According to the prestigious British firm’s forecast, “The alliance that existed between the larger business community and the government prior to the crisis is unlikely to be rebuilt," reports the Havana Times.