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Week 2 Las 432 Nicaragua

Nicaragua data nd data the world bank retrieved from

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Nicaragua | Data. (n.d.). Data | The World Bank . Retrieved March 14, 2013 from https://finances.worldbank.org/facet/countries/Nicaragua “Key financial visualizations for the country, displaying fresh data straight from open datasets. Share, embed, or discuss them. The charts update every time the source data updates.” (Pg. 1) This was from the world bank data source website, and according to this part of the summary, their information is up to date. This can be very useful to us. “To slice, dice, and visualize detailed financial data for the country, just access a source dataset. We encourage you to share your work with others.” (Pg. 1) So we can see an overview on other projects that was done in this country.
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“In fulfilling its responsibilities, the World Bank complies with all sanctions applicable to World Bank transactions.” (Pg. 1) This is telling me that the information on this site about the country should be legit. Revista Envío - NICARAGUA BRIEFS. (n.d.). Revista Envío. Retrieved March 14, 2013 from http://www.envio.org.ni/articulo/1418 “Given the crisis affecting the Central American integration process due to old Honduras-Nicaragua border hostilities stirred up by Colombian expansionism in the Caribbean Sea, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua decided on a joint strategy to unfetter the process, or at least push ahead with it tri-nationally. “(Pg.1) The country is trying to create so peace with other countries in central America. “The Presidents of the three countries—Francisco Flores, Alfonso Portillo and Arnoldo Alemán, respectively—met in Managua on May 2 then in San Salvador and Guatemala City to announce their strategy, which involves infrastructure works and economic, The leaders of Nicaragua, Guatemala and El Salvador are launching sn integration effort to improve the countries economy.
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political and migratory agreements favoring integration. Costa
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