• Nicaragua to build inter-oceanic canal - Press TV News

    Automatically uploaded video [VIDEO] Nicaragua to build inter-oceanic canal Fri May 25, 2012 2:55PM Url: "http://www.presstv.ir/detail/243039.html" #presstv #presstvandroid #presstviphone #presstvglobalnews #presstvmobile

    published: 25 May 2012
  • Bangkukuk Taik an indigenous Rama Community and the Nicaraguan Interoceanic Grand Canal

    Bangkukuk Taik is an indigenous Rama community that will be directly affected by the construction of a deep water port that will be one of the sub-projects planned for the making of the Grand Interoceanic Canal mega project pomoted by the Nicaraguan government. The Nicaraguan government gave a 116 years concession to a Chinese businessman Wang jing to operate, design, plan and execute the grand interoceanic canal in Nicaragua. Such project is so far one of the most ambitious projects in Nicaraguan history and the one that is so far violating so many human rights in the country. Please bear in mind that this advocay piece serves the purpose of giving the testimonials of the indigenous peoples directly affected by this project. We appreciate your concern and your distribution of this materia...

    published: 30 Mar 2015
  • Environmentalists analyze impact of Nicaraguan Inter-oceanic Canal

    Nicaraguan environmental organizations continue waiting for the economic and environmental impact study for the construction of the Interoceanic Canal, proposed to begin in December. Environmentalists have concerns about the effects of the canal, but experts state that the route chosen is both the most expensive and allows for the least possible environmental impact. teleSUR. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/ambientalistas-analizan-impacto-de-canal-interoceanico-en-nicaragua-en

    published: 12 Nov 2014
  • Nicaragua: Protesters Reject Inter-Oceanic Canal

    Demonstrators in Managua protested Nicaragua's plan for an Inter-Oceanic Canal. They charge that the canal threatens their water, homes, and livelihood. The ambitious project, an alternative to the Panama Canal, involves major infrastructure investments and contemplates two free trade zones, an oil pipeline, and airport and railway line. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/nicaragua-protesters-reject-inter-oceanic-canal/

    published: 28 Oct 2015
  • Danger: Rights For Sale. The Interoceanic Grand Canal project in Nicaragua

    This video narrated by Gioconda Belli, a renowned Nicaraguan author and activist, shows places likely to be affected by the canal all across Nicaragua. It shows how if the canal were to be constructed, it would bring with it dramatic changes to people's current ways of life.

    published: 03 Aug 2017
  • Nicaragua launches construction of inter-oceanic canal

    Nicaragua has announced the start of work on a new canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. At an opening ceremony, Wang Jing, the president of HKND, the Chinese company building the canal, said this moment would go down in history. The 278km (172 mile) waterway will be longer, deeper and wider than the Panama Canal. But critics fear a negative environmental impact and doubt its viability and economic benefits. The Grand Canal of Nicaragua, as it has been called, aims to rival Panama's waterway and lift the country out of poverty. The opening ceremony was largely symbolic, as work began on an access road for machinery needed to build a port for the canal on Nicaragua's Pacific coast. Nicaragua's Vice-President Omar Halleslevens said the canal would change the history and the ec...

    published: 23 Dec 2014
  • VIVE FEROX — A New Canal in Nicaragua

    A new interoceanic canal in Nicaragua portends an international trend - China preparing to fill the global void left by the United States

    published: 05 May 2017
  • Nicaragua’s Canal Conundrum: China’s One Percent Solution

    Chinese Billionaire Behind Huge Nicaraguan Canal Project Subscribe to our channel: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RFAvideo Radio Free Asia official site: http://rfa.org Follow Radio Free Asia: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadioFreeAsia Twitter: https://twitter.com/RadioFreeAsia About RFA: Through objective, timely reporting and news analysis, Radio Free Asia (RFA) takes an unflinching look at topics and developments affecting the lives of ordinary citizens living in China, Vietnam, North Korea, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar – six Asian countries that limit free press and restrict access to media. RFA’s Mandarin, Tibetan, Cantonese, Uyghur, Vietnamese, Korean, Lao, Khmer (Cambodian), and Burmese services uncover the truth behind issues often deemed too sensitive ...

    published: 26 May 2015
  • Interoceanic Canal megaproject launched in Nicaragua

    The Interoceanic Canal megaproject has been launched in Nicaragua. The Canal is an alternative to the Panama Canal route and will span 278 kilometers in length, is between 230 and 520 meters wide, and 30 meters deep. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/arranco-megarproyecto-del-canal-interoceanico-en-nicaragua-en/

    published: 25 Dec 2014
  • Canal de Nicaragua: La alternativa a Panamá / Nicaragua´s canal: The Panama´s alternative [IGEO.TV]

    http://igeo.tv/category/videos/tematica/tecnologia-comunicacion/infraestructuras/ Vídeo en el que se muestra un eje posible del trazado del futuro canal de Nicaragua correspondiente a la alternativa seleccionada para su trazado. Este nuevo canal de navegación supondrá una alternativa directa al actual y casi centenario canal de Panamá. El Canal de Nicaragua es una propuesta de construcción de una vía fluvial que conectaría el mar Caribe, el océano Atlántico con el océano Pacífico a través de Nicaragua en América Central. Dicho canal iría por río hasta el Lago Cocibolca (Lago Nicaragua), y cruzaría el istmo de Rivas para alcanzar el Pacífico. In this video it is shown the posible axis of the future position of the Nicaragua´s Canal acccording to the selected alternative for being built. ...

    published: 18 Jul 2012
  • longline fishing Lake Nicaragua 2 22 may 2014

    Longline fishing for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment, Nicaragua Grand Interoceanic Canal, Lake Nicaragua. For more information, see www.gaianicaragua.org/nicaraguacanal.html

    published: 21 Jul 2014
  • Electrofishing Lucas River Morrillo 24 may 2014 Lake Nicaragua

    This was part of the work for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for the Nicaragua Grand Interoceanic Canal, conducted in the Morrillo River in eastern Lake Nicaragua. For more information, see www.gaianicaragua.org/nicaraguacanal.html

    published: 22 Jul 2014
  • Thousands march against planned $50 billion inter-oceanic canal project

    Several thousand people marched through Nicaragua's capital on Wednesday to protest against a planned 50 (b) billion US dollars inter-oceanic canal project that has residents of some villages fearing they will be displaced. Demonstrators waved flags, chanted anti-government slogans and shot homemade rockets in the air as they marched to United Nations offices in Managua on the anniversary of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. "We are defending our rights, our lands, which is where we spend our lives, we live with it and we don't want to sell the land," said protester Jorge Robleto. Officials say it will be an economic boom for one of the region's poorest nations, with at least 50,000 jobs directly related to the construction. Groundbreaking is scheduled for 22 December. C...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
  • Nicaragua: Farmers protest construction of canal to connect Atlantic and Pacific oceans

    Dozens of Nicaraguan peasants protested in Juigalpa, Saturday, against the construction of an inter-oceanic canal in the southern region of the country despite an extensive police deployment, which lead to some moments of tension. Protesters waved Nicaraguan flags and faced the riot police, who were blocking the road at the La Tonga bridge. According to the protesters, police set up checkpoints all over the country to prevent people from participating in the demonstration. The canal is planned to connect the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans through the lake of Nicaragua. The construction works will be carried out by Chinese company HKND and will reportedly cost an estimated $50,000 million (€46,600). SOT, Wendy Puertos, Humanist Network for Latin America representative (Spanish): "The re...

    published: 23 Apr 2017
  • Construction of Interoceanic Canal would stimulate Nicaragua's economy

    The project for the future construction of the Interoceanic Canal in Nicaragua have caused reactions among several sectors in this country. It will take 10 years to build it and it will require an investment of 40 billion dollars. It will also create 500,000 jobs according to government's statistics. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/media/telesur.video.web/telesur-web/#!en/video/impacto-economico-positivo-tendria-construccion-de-canal-interoceanico

    published: 12 Jun 2013
  • Nicaragua: growing expectations for Interoceanic Canal construction

    Expectations are growing as the realization of Nicaragua's Interoceanic Canal project is developing in the country and plans to involve Chinese companies. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/nicaragua-crecen-expectativas-por-construccion-de-canal-interoceanico

    published: 01 Nov 2013
Nicaragua to build inter-oceanic canal - Press TV News

Nicaragua to build inter-oceanic canal - Press TV News

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Automatically uploaded video [VIDEO] Nicaragua to build inter-oceanic canal Fri May 25, 2012 2:55PM Url: "http://www.presstv.ir/detail/243039.html" #presstv #presstvandroid #presstviphone #presstvglobalnews #presstvmobile
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Bangkukuk Taik an indigenous Rama Community and the Nicaraguan Interoceanic Grand Canal

Bangkukuk Taik an indigenous Rama Community and the Nicaraguan Interoceanic Grand Canal

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2015
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Bangkukuk Taik is an indigenous Rama community that will be directly affected by the construction of a deep water port that will be one of the sub-projects planned for the making of the Grand Interoceanic Canal mega project pomoted by the Nicaraguan government. The Nicaraguan government gave a 116 years concession to a Chinese businessman Wang jing to operate, design, plan and execute the grand interoceanic canal in Nicaragua. Such project is so far one of the most ambitious projects in Nicaraguan history and the one that is so far violating so many human rights in the country. Please bear in mind that this advocay piece serves the purpose of giving the testimonials of the indigenous peoples directly affected by this project. We appreciate your concern and your distribution of this material to publish it worldwide. We also deeply appreciate all the people that were involve to make this advocary piece possible!
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Environmentalists analyze impact of Nicaraguan Inter-oceanic Canal

Environmentalists analyze impact of Nicaraguan Inter-oceanic Canal

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  • Updated: 12 Nov 2014
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Nicaraguan environmental organizations continue waiting for the economic and environmental impact study for the construction of the Interoceanic Canal, proposed to begin in December. Environmentalists have concerns about the effects of the canal, but experts state that the route chosen is both the most expensive and allows for the least possible environmental impact. teleSUR. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/ambientalistas-analizan-impacto-de-canal-interoceanico-en-nicaragua-en
https://wn.com/Environmentalists_Analyze_Impact_Of_Nicaraguan_Inter_Oceanic_Canal
Nicaragua: Protesters Reject Inter-Oceanic Canal

Nicaragua: Protesters Reject Inter-Oceanic Canal

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  • Updated: 28 Oct 2015
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Demonstrators in Managua protested Nicaragua's plan for an Inter-Oceanic Canal. They charge that the canal threatens their water, homes, and livelihood. The ambitious project, an alternative to the Panama Canal, involves major infrastructure investments and contemplates two free trade zones, an oil pipeline, and airport and railway line. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/nicaragua-protesters-reject-inter-oceanic-canal/
https://wn.com/Nicaragua_Protesters_Reject_Inter_Oceanic_Canal
Danger: Rights For Sale. The Interoceanic Grand Canal project in Nicaragua

Danger: Rights For Sale. The Interoceanic Grand Canal project in Nicaragua

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This video narrated by Gioconda Belli, a renowned Nicaraguan author and activist, shows places likely to be affected by the canal all across Nicaragua. It shows how if the canal were to be constructed, it would bring with it dramatic changes to people's current ways of life.
https://wn.com/Danger_Rights_For_Sale._The_Interoceanic_Grand_Canal_Project_In_Nicaragua
Nicaragua launches construction of inter-oceanic canal

Nicaragua launches construction of inter-oceanic canal

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  • Updated: 23 Dec 2014
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Nicaragua has announced the start of work on a new canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. At an opening ceremony, Wang Jing, the president of HKND, the Chinese company building the canal, said this moment would go down in history. The 278km (172 mile) waterway will be longer, deeper and wider than the Panama Canal. But critics fear a negative environmental impact and doubt its viability and economic benefits. The Grand Canal of Nicaragua, as it has been called, aims to rival Panama's waterway and lift the country out of poverty. The opening ceremony was largely symbolic, as work began on an access road for machinery needed to build a port for the canal on Nicaragua's Pacific coast. Nicaragua's Vice-President Omar Halleslevens said the canal would change the history and the economy of Nicaragua, one of Latin America's poorest countries. "With this great canal, Nicaragua expects to move 5% of the world's commerce that moves by sea, which will bring great economic benefits and double the GDP (gross domestic product),'' said Mr Halleslevens. HKND says it expects the project to be finished within five years and operational by 2020, and to cost about $50bn (£32bn). The project is to include two ports, an airport, a resort and an economic zone for electricity and other companies. But some have questioned the canal's financial soundness and allege that Wang Jing lacks experience in developing or financing big infrastructure projects. Opponents are also concerned about the impact construction may have on Lake Nicaragua and on poor communities in the area. The route announced in July would pass through the lake, an important source of fresh water. Environmentalists have warned of the risks of damming rivers and moving large amounts of soil. Communities along the route have staged protests.
https://wn.com/Nicaragua_Launches_Construction_Of_Inter_Oceanic_Canal
VIVE FEROX — A New Canal in Nicaragua

VIVE FEROX — A New Canal in Nicaragua

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  • Updated: 05 May 2017
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A new interoceanic canal in Nicaragua portends an international trend - China preparing to fill the global void left by the United States
https://wn.com/Vive_Ferox_—_A_New_Canal_In_Nicaragua
Nicaragua’s Canal Conundrum: China’s One Percent Solution

Nicaragua’s Canal Conundrum: China’s One Percent Solution

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Chinese Billionaire Behind Huge Nicaraguan Canal Project Subscribe to our channel: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RFAvideo Radio Free Asia official site: http://rfa.org Follow Radio Free Asia: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RadioFreeAsia Twitter: https://twitter.com/RadioFreeAsia About RFA: Through objective, timely reporting and news analysis, Radio Free Asia (RFA) takes an unflinching look at topics and developments affecting the lives of ordinary citizens living in China, Vietnam, North Korea, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar – six Asian countries that limit free press and restrict access to media. RFA’s Mandarin, Tibetan, Cantonese, Uyghur, Vietnamese, Korean, Lao, Khmer (Cambodian), and Burmese services uncover the truth behind issues often deemed too sensitive to be covered accurately or with deserved attention in state-controlled media and local news outlets that self-censor. Our journalists often utilize vast networks of cultivated, reliable sources and receive tips from citizen journalists and eyewitnesses on the ground to break exclusive news in some of the world’s toughest media environments. Through news broadcasts, online engagement, and call-in shows, RFA also serves as an open forum, allowing listeners to discuss freely their views and perspectives. RFA reaches its audiences through webcast video, television, satellite, social media networks, and digital multimedia content on its websites, in addition to trusted short- and medium-wave radio broadcasts. RFA began broadcasting in September 1996, when its Mandarin Service aired its first report. A private, non-profit organization, RFA is funded by an annual grant through the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG).
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Interoceanic Canal megaproject launched in Nicaragua

Interoceanic Canal megaproject launched in Nicaragua

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  • Updated: 25 Dec 2014
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The Interoceanic Canal megaproject has been launched in Nicaragua. The Canal is an alternative to the Panama Canal route and will span 278 kilometers in length, is between 230 and 520 meters wide, and 30 meters deep. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/arranco-megarproyecto-del-canal-interoceanico-en-nicaragua-en/
https://wn.com/Interoceanic_Canal_Megaproject_Launched_In_Nicaragua
Canal de Nicaragua: La alternativa a Panamá / Nicaragua´s canal: The Panama´s alternative [IGEO.TV]

Canal de Nicaragua: La alternativa a Panamá / Nicaragua´s canal: The Panama´s alternative [IGEO.TV]

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2012
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http://igeo.tv/category/videos/tematica/tecnologia-comunicacion/infraestructuras/ Vídeo en el que se muestra un eje posible del trazado del futuro canal de Nicaragua correspondiente a la alternativa seleccionada para su trazado. Este nuevo canal de navegación supondrá una alternativa directa al actual y casi centenario canal de Panamá. El Canal de Nicaragua es una propuesta de construcción de una vía fluvial que conectaría el mar Caribe, el océano Atlántico con el océano Pacífico a través de Nicaragua en América Central. Dicho canal iría por río hasta el Lago Cocibolca (Lago Nicaragua), y cruzaría el istmo de Rivas para alcanzar el Pacífico. In this video it is shown the posible axis of the future position of the Nicaragua´s Canal acccording to the selected alternative for being built. This new navigation canal will be the direct alternative to the actual and almost centenary Panama Canal. The Nicaragua Canal is a proposed construction of a waterway that would connect the Caribbean Sea, the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean through Nicaragua in Central America. This channel would go by river to Lake Cocibolca (Lake Nicaragua), and cross the isthmus of Rivas to reach the Pacific. Ver Vídeo Canal de Nicaragua. Alternativas / Nicaragua´s canal. Alternatives: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_oCJGj4rD0 Ver Video Canal de Panamá: Aniversario y ampliación/ Panama Canal: Anniversary and enlargement: http://youtu.be/JbNVa33aDLQ Corredor Interoceánico de Guatemala: Canal Seco / Guatemala Interoceanic Corridor: http://youtu.be/DcgiH87G7so
https://wn.com/Canal_De_Nicaragua_La_Alternativa_A_Panamá_Nicaragua´S_Canal_The_Panama´S_Alternative_Igeo.Tv
longline fishing Lake Nicaragua 2 22 may 2014

longline fishing Lake Nicaragua 2 22 may 2014

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Longline fishing for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment, Nicaragua Grand Interoceanic Canal, Lake Nicaragua. For more information, see www.gaianicaragua.org/nicaraguacanal.html
https://wn.com/Longline_Fishing_Lake_Nicaragua_2_22_May_2014
Electrofishing Lucas River Morrillo 24 may 2014 Lake Nicaragua

Electrofishing Lucas River Morrillo 24 may 2014 Lake Nicaragua

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  • Updated: 22 Jul 2014
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This was part of the work for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for the Nicaragua Grand Interoceanic Canal, conducted in the Morrillo River in eastern Lake Nicaragua. For more information, see www.gaianicaragua.org/nicaraguacanal.html
https://wn.com/Electrofishing_Lucas_River_Morrillo_24_May_2014_Lake_Nicaragua
Thousands march against planned $50 billion inter-oceanic canal project

Thousands march against planned $50 billion inter-oceanic canal project

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  • Updated: 03 Aug 2015
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Several thousand people marched through Nicaragua's capital on Wednesday to protest against a planned 50 (b) billion US dollars inter-oceanic canal project that has residents of some villages fearing they will be displaced. Demonstrators waved flags, chanted anti-government slogans and shot homemade rockets in the air as they marched to United Nations offices in Managua on the anniversary of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. "We are defending our rights, our lands, which is where we spend our lives, we live with it and we don't want to sell the land," said protester Jorge Robleto. Officials say it will be an economic boom for one of the region's poorest nations, with at least 50,000 jobs directly related to the construction. Groundbreaking is scheduled for 22 December. Communities along the canal route have protested with increased vehemence in recent weeks. Tens of thousands of people worry their property will be taken over to make way for the canal, and possibly without fair compensation. The trans-oceanic canal is projected to span about 173 miles (278 kilometres) from the Caribbean to the Pacific. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d9a71b756e5e926d26fcd15a19b0b54b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Nicaragua: Farmers protest construction of canal to connect Atlantic and Pacific oceans

Nicaragua: Farmers protest construction of canal to connect Atlantic and Pacific oceans

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  • Updated: 23 Apr 2017
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Dozens of Nicaraguan peasants protested in Juigalpa, Saturday, against the construction of an inter-oceanic canal in the southern region of the country despite an extensive police deployment, which lead to some moments of tension. Protesters waved Nicaraguan flags and faced the riot police, who were blocking the road at the La Tonga bridge. According to the protesters, police set up checkpoints all over the country to prevent people from participating in the demonstration. The canal is planned to connect the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans through the lake of Nicaragua. The construction works will be carried out by Chinese company HKND and will reportedly cost an estimated $50,000 million (€46,600). SOT, Wendy Puertos, Humanist Network for Latin America representative (Spanish): "The repressive government we have, the dictatorial government of Mr [Nicaraguan President Daniel] Ortega and his family, has retained each Nicaraguan citizen who wanted to attend the protest. The demo was called here in the city of Juigalpa, but there are police checkpoints all around Nicaragua. To be able to be here we crossed six police checkpoints. Also in the north of the country they have been stopped since yesterday and they couldn't arrive, the riot police have stopped them." SOT, Benjamin Lugo, Movement for Nicaragua member (Spanish): "It [the canal] will be bad because it will harm the Nicaraguan lake, which is the biggest source of drinkable water in all of Central America and will affect the owners of the lands where the canal will pass through because [the government] will expropriate them without a previous national consultation or the right environmental studies. There is no economic possibilities for that canal either." Video ID: 20170422-052 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Construction of Interoceanic Canal would stimulate Nicaragua's economy

Construction of Interoceanic Canal would stimulate Nicaragua's economy

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  • Updated: 12 Jun 2013
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The project for the future construction of the Interoceanic Canal in Nicaragua have caused reactions among several sectors in this country. It will take 10 years to build it and it will require an investment of 40 billion dollars. It will also create 500,000 jobs according to government's statistics. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/media/telesur.video.web/telesur-web/#!en/video/impacto-economico-positivo-tendria-construccion-de-canal-interoceanico
https://wn.com/Construction_Of_Interoceanic_Canal_Would_Stimulate_Nicaragua's_Economy
Nicaragua: growing expectations for Interoceanic Canal construction

Nicaragua: growing expectations for Interoceanic Canal construction

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  • Updated: 01 Nov 2013
  • views: 223
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Expectations are growing as the realization of Nicaragua's Interoceanic Canal project is developing in the country and plans to involve Chinese companies. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/nicaragua-crecen-expectativas-por-construccion-de-canal-interoceanico
https://wn.com/Nicaragua_Growing_Expectations_For_Interoceanic_Canal_Construction
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