The largest country in Central America, the Republic of Nicaragua, is multiethnic. Its capital, Managua, is the third-largest city in Central America. Segments of the population include indigenous native tribes from the Mosquito Coast, Europeans, Africans, Asians, and people of Middle Eastern origin with Spanish being the dominant language due to Spanish influences. Nicaragua is a representative democratic republic with the legislation being handled by the National Assembly. The economy of Nicaragua is primarily agricultural producing coffee, beef, dairy products and legumes as its main exports. Tourism in Nicaragua had become the second largest industry in the nation, growing at a rate of 10% annually. Additionally, mining is becoming a major industry in Nicaragua, with gold leading the way in production.
Lex Mundi provides coverage in Nicaragua through its member firm, Alvarado y Asociados. Founded in 1990, it is a law firm with ample national and international prestige, characterized by its professionalism and integrity while providing professional services to its clients. The firm is noted for its individualized service, with emphasis on professional ethics, client confidentiality and conflict of interest rules. Additionally, the firm specializes in guiding and assisting its clients in the field of corporate and commercial law, international contracts, mergers and acquisitions processes.