Nicaragua: Investment in the Tobacco Industry
Friday, October 27, 2017
British American Tobacco has announced that it will be investing $4.5 million in the construction of offices and a distribution center measuring 17 thousand square meters, which will start operating in June 2018.
="ltr">The distribution center will have 17 thousand square meters of warehouse and 1,200 square meters of offices, and will be built in the upper and southern part of Managua, overlooking Lake Xolotlán. 

See: "Nicaragua: Tobacco Exports Up 19%"

Javier Corado, country manager at British American Tobacco (Batca), explained to that "...'Our goal is to have a modern and efficient distribution center'.

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