Concern Lingers In Sales

July 2003
Latin America Monitor: Central America Monitor;Jul2003, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p6
Country Report
Country Report
Reports that the World Bank has approved the pre-selection of four leading international banks to handle the sale of Nicaragua's state telecom company known as Enitel. Reason behind the involvement of the World Bank in the pre-selection process; Setback faced by the Enitel sale; Concerns surrounding the sale of Enitel.


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