Despite global economic turbulence, Nicaragua has stood out for maintaining growth levels above the average for Latin America and the Caribbean. Disciplined macroeconomic policies, combined with a steady expansion of exports and foreign direct investment, helped Nicaragua to weather the global economic crisis of 2008-09 and rising food and oil prices.
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April 11, 2017 — Since 2016, 52 percent of the Nicaraguan population has been covered by preventive and promotional health services across eleven Local Systems of Integrated Health Care and 66 municipalities.
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March 6, 2017 — Nicaraguan farmers, ranchers, transport and micro entrepreneurs, 51 percent of them women, will benefit from improved roads financed through a new credit approved by the World Bank Board of Directors.
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