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The World Bank supports the most pressing needs of Nicaragua's poorest and most vulnerable people through financing and technical assistance.
The European Union has introduced new legislation that affects coffee, a key export of Central American countries.
The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) analyzes the status of learning on a number of countries.
Antonia, a Salvadoran chef who had the opportunity to work for 6 months in the United States with a work visa, had a very positive experience while working abroad.
Nicaragua’s expansion in 2022 was driven by robust private consumption fueled by remittances and net exports. On the supply side, economic growth was broad-based and driven by services.
This project helped to strengthen agricultural productivity, climate resilience, and nutritional security in selected municipalities of the Dry Corridor.
World Bank Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean
Director for Central America and Dominican Republic
Resident Representative in Nicaragua
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