He also pointed out that the Central Bank's international reserves were reaching historic numbers at around US$3.3 billion, which represents a US$600 million increase compared to March 2018.
Furthermore, public investment exceeded 62 percent of the public budget in this period compared to the same quarter of last year.
"The good news is that 45,000 jobs have been recovered out of 119,000 posts lost due to the 2018 failed coup d'etat attempt in this year's first quarter. It is a good sign of economic reactivation," Acosta said
#Nicaragua's experience very much reflects the systematic poisoning of information sources in the West in relation both to other countries and other contexts, of which the sadistic persecution of Julian Assange is perhaps the most emblematic.https://t.co/JecY3RAlTh