Nicaragua Canal Project Won “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Award”

Nicaragua Canal Project Won “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Award” 2015-6-13 21:36

Bill Wild, HKND’s Chief Project Advisor (second from right), received the “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Award” on behalf of the Nicaragua Canal Project. Photograph: HKND Group

Bill Wild, HKND’s Chief Project Advisor (second from right), received the “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Award” on behalf of the Nicaragua Canal Project.
Photograph: HKND Group

Bill Wild, HKND’s Chief Project Advisor (second from right), received the “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Award” on behalf of the Nicaragua Canal Project.Photograph: HKND GroupOn June 11, 2015, the three-day 13th Latin American Infrastructure Leadership Forum concluded in Antigua, Guatemala. Among the five categories of the “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Awards”, the Nicaragua Grand Interoceanic Canal is highly recognized by the judging panel and is granted “Strategic Project of the Year Award” and “Job Creation Project of the Year Award”, making it the most noticeable project on the forum.According to the judging panel, the “Strategic Project of the Year Award” is granted to the Nicaragua Canal Project on the ground that it has demonstrated leadership, tenacity and imagination required to develop mega projects. Projects of the Year awards recognize the projects – and the leaders behind the projects – that will serve as models for vastly increased infrastructure investment in the region.

Source: Nicaragua Canal Project Won “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Award” – Company News – HKND Group Nicaragua Canal Global Trade Project

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  1. U.S.Americans who make a living in Nicaragua should be intelligent enough to stay away from meddling in Nicaragua’s national affairs, and especially not make propaganda against national development projects. Leave the propaganda to the U.S. and German embassies, and to the conspirators of the NGO “IBIS” (who were expelled from Bolivia for instigating violence !) Read “History timeline Nicaragua” about the eternal interventions by U.S. Americans into the national affairs of Nicaraguans – since the 1850’s ! When is the meddling of U.S. Americans into the national affairs of Nicaragua going to end ? Ever ? Never ? Let the Nicaraguans develop their nation!

    • Greetings Otton and thank you for your comments. I hear the passion in your writing and understand that the US and others are not happy with the prospect of the canal possibly becoming a reality. If you read some of my other posts, I specifically have stories that are pro-canal as well as anti-canal. I’m just trying to relate what I hear and read and let the reader decide on what they think is or should be happening vis-a-vis the canal.
      Maybe I’m a bit dense on the meaning of your message here, but if you are referring to me personally as “meddling in Nicaragua’s national affairs…” I fail to understand how reposting a publicity piece about HKND Group winning an award for “2015 Latin American Projects of the Year Award” qualifies for such an attack. I literally wrote “No comment.” as my comment to this post…
      My consistent opinion has been and continues to be if they are going to actually build the canal, that we must ensure they do it right for both economic and ecological reasons. Nicaragua is getting better and better each day and I hope as much as anyone that the economic growth begins to help the poorest of the people of Nicaragua, God bless them!
      Cheers, Mike @ Farmstay El Porton Verde, Managua

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