COMMENT: Nicaragua growing as an apparel powerhouse
By just-style.com | 7 March 2011
The Nicaraguan textile and apparel industry is in a buoyant mood after a recovery in US demand last year helped lift the sector's exports by 14% to $1bn. Here government promotion institute Pro Nicaragua spells out some of the country's competitive advantages.
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