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Ecuador seeks to diversify its exports to China through mangos, chocolate, and other resources.

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Thousands of protesters from the communities of Río San Juan and Nueva Guinea marched to demand the repeal of Law 840. The law affects the Development of Nicaraguan Infrastructure, transportation to the Canal, Free Trade Zones, and Associated Infrastructures.

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In June of 2017, Panama broke diplomatic relations with Taiwan in order to establish those with China, recognizing the two regions as one country.

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José María Calderón lost an eye due to rubber bullets fired by the Nicaraguan National Police during a protest to repeal Law 840.

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On Wednesday, June 7, ten Colombian co-nationals were recognized for their outstanding achievements.

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In order to optimize and streamline the operations of the various MiPyMEs (micro, small and medium enterprises) associations in different areas of agro-industrial production, several workshops were held in different provinces of the Dominican Republic.

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The former chief of the Policía Nacional de Guatemala was once again found guilty, this time by a Swiss court, for the murders by which he was convicted to life in prison back in 2015. 

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Ecotourism in Costa Rica has been a boon for the country for years, but not without industry quarrels.

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President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany met recently to discuss heavy topics including the future economic relationship between both countries.

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In 2016, Nicaragua welcomed 1.5 million tourists, effectively introducing $6.425 million to the economy. Nicaraguan authorities declared Monday that they will focus on advertising tourism to Germany, Holland, and Switzerland in the fall of 2017.

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