Central American nation


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Synonyms for Central American nation

any one of the countries occupying Central America

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3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Efforts from the government and private sector to promote Honduras as a destination for investment are steadily improving the environment for doing business in the Central American nation, where a path for economic growth is taking shape.
Nevertheless, Central American nations have taken measures in an effort to prevent the virus from invading the region.
Once a US ally, Noriega was arrested by invading American troops in January 1990, amid allegations he had turned the Central American nation into a drug-trafficking hub.
An 83-year-old Honduran priest has returned from exile to help the Central American nation face its past.
Heavy rain in the past few days has unleashed mudslides in several towns, cutting off the main transportation arteries of the Central American nation.
Arroyo said 28 staff were working on the rescue operation in the tourism-dependent Central American nation known for its rain forests, mountains and beaches.
The Central American nation plans to submit an application for Protected Geographical Indication status for Costa Rican Bananas next year, taking advantage of new rules that allow non-EU products to get the PGI/PDO marks.
CDATA[ A Central American nation has chosen its first female president, and a Jewish vice president, in national elections this week.
The students were protesting outside the European headquarters of Fruit of the Loom about a decision by bosses at its subsidiary Russell Clothing to close a factory in the central American nation of Honduras.
government last week forgave $26 million owed it by Costa Rica on the stipulation that the funds be spent on the preservation of tropical rainforest tracts important for the survival of a wide range of endangered and as-yet unknown species of plants and animals in the lush Central American nation.
With support from PROESA, El Salvador's Investment Promotion Agency, international investors are flocking to the strategically located Central American nation.
The Trinidad & Tobago international was returning with his team-mates from a 2-0 World Cup qualifying defeat in Costa Rica when smoke was detected in the cabin and the captain had to divert the flight to the other side of the Central American nation.
Their other first-round foes are Costa Rica, traditionally the strongest Central American nation, and 2000 champion Canada.
And the political elite that has ruled El Salvador for centuries, either directly or indirectly, faces the possibility of losing its grip on the political structures of this tiny Central American nation.
North American sales and marketing manager Alvaro Lopez de Haro reports that the company will open its second resort in the Central American nation in 2003.
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