Nicaraguan trade and investment policy
Nicaragua 's trade policy seeks to increase and diversify exports, attract investment, and advance economic complementarity and solidarity. Such objectives are means to contribute to poverty reduction, new and better opportunities for all sectors of society (with emphasis on SMEs), and better living conditions for the population.
The key components of the Nicaraguan trade and investment policies are:
- Finding new markets for Nicaraguan goods and services through new trade and investment agreements
- Increasing and diversifying exports
- Taking advantage of existing commercial and regional agreements
- Attracting investment
- Integrating trade and investment policy with other priority policies of the Nicaraguan government.
To read the official document that sets out the Nicaraguan trade and investment policy, please click here. (in Spanish)