Brazil, Nicaragua Sign Cooperation Agreements

1 Brasilia, Jul 15. -Foreign ministers Antonio Patriota (Brazil) and Samuel Santos (Nicaragua) signed three agreements, additional to the Basic Agreement on Technical Cooperation suscribed in Managua in 2006, that will increase the spheres of mutual exchange.Cooperation between these two nations will include Brazilian technology transfer in bioenergy and sustainable practices in the exploitation of charcoal and other wood resources.

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U.S to Open a New Military Base in Honduras

0 Tegucigalpa, Apr 14. -Douglas M. Fraser, Commander of the U.S. Southern Command met Honduran Minister of Defense Marlon Pascua and agreed that the United States will increase its military bases in Honduran northern coast. Fraser is visiting Honduras, according to him, for concreting cooperation agreements to fight drug trafficking and for a better regional security. El Heraldo newspaper posted

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FAO Forecast Cereal Production Growth in CentAm

1 Havana, Mar 28. -Cereal production in Central America will increase by 11 percent this year, reaching over 43 million tons, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). According to FAO estimates released in Havana, that volume would include three harvest seasons. In its report Prospects of Crops and Food Situation, the Rome-based FAO also indicated that cereal

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Cuba to Have Underwater Fiber Optic Cable by July

1 Havana, Jan 18. -Cuba announced that by July, it will have an underwater fiber optic cable that will increase its current international output capacity by 3,000 percent, but technological and financial gaps prevent it from having mass Internet in the short term. The connectivity question will not be not solved overnight, because it costs money and requires other investments,

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