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February #333

Top 10 news

  • Honduran coffee promoted in international trade show

    SIGEP is the International Trade Show of Artisan Gelato, Pastry, Bakery and the Coffee World, which hosted its 40th edition in Rimini, Italy. Read more

  • El Salvador initiates digital switchover

    On December 21, 2018, the government officially started the transition from analogue television to digital television throughout the country. Read more

  • Taringa! creators acquitted in copyright infringement case

    In December 2018, a criminal Court ruled that the creators of the social platform could not be civilly or criminally liable for the content that users... Read more

  • Unauthorized use of Gasmax trademark

    The Superintendency of Industry and Commerce ordered Gas Gombel to immediately stop all comercial use of the trademark Gasmax to identify... Read more

  • India recognizes Peru's right over Pisco appellation of origin

    On December 20, 2019, the Intellectual Property Appellate Board of India recognized the exclusive right of Peru over Pisco Appellation of Origin... Read more

  • The Northern Triangle inaugurated a new border post for its customs union

    Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras opened a post worth USD 826 million in exports to promote their alliance. Read more

  • Nicaraguan think tank, one of the most influential in Latin America

    The Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic and Social Development was recognized by the University of Pennsylvania. Read more

  • Australia, a promising destination for exporters

    A report by Costa Rica’s trade promotion agency concluded that Australia represents a potential export market for nearly 120 Costa Rican products. Read more

  • Honduran government executes national operation against counterfeiting

    The operation, called Archimedes, was conducted on November 22, 2018, and is part of a government effort to attack people and companies who infringe... Read more

  • Young farmers from Nicaragua, on the shelves of Belgium

    Since 2017, Belgium's top supermarket chain buys certified cocoa from 200 young farmers and use it to commercialize two chocolate products under its... Read more