Nicaragua: Iran invests in facilities:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Nicaraguan healthcare is to benefit from a bilateral deal with Iran. Agricultural exports from the Central American country will be exchanged for help with the construction of medical facilities. Contracts for these and other infrastructure projects, totalling "hundreds of millions of dollars" have reportedly been signed.
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