Trans-Pacific accord to challenge Nicaragua sectors
The possible integration of the United States and Vietnam to the Trans-Pacific Partnership poses a challenge to Nicaragua's textile and coffee industries.
However, it could also be a motive for the government to invest more in education and infrastructure, said Thomas Andrew O'Keefe, director of the U.S. Foreign Service Institute.
Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica and Japan are among the countries currently considering becoming members of the Partnership.
Source (in Spanish): El Nuevo Diario