Honduran Startup Cities Race to Prove Worth

Honduran Startup Cities Race to Prove Worth

Opposition Parties Vow to Dismantle Autonomous Investment Hubs ZEDEs

Honduran Startup Cities Race to Prove Worth

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EA Podcast | Episode 9

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The Honduran startup cities—autonomous jurisdictions known as Zones for Employment and Economic Development (ZEDEs)—have barely gotten off the ground and are already facing one of their largest hurdles: elections. Guillermo Peña, a political analyst, entrepreneur, and technical secretary for the Orquídea ZEDE, explains the opposition to ZEDEs and how they could boost investment in Honduras.

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Daniel Duarte & EA Staff

Daniel Duarte is Econ Americas' Spanish and English editor. A journalist and university instructor, he studied philosophy at the National University of Asunción, Paraguay. He holds a certificate in English-Spanish translation from the University of Toronto, Canada. Follow @dduart3.

All stories by:Daniel Duarte & EA Staff

Daniel Duarte & EA Staff

Daniel Duarte is Econ Americas' Spanish and English editor. A journalist and university instructor, he studied philosophy at the National University of Asunción, Paraguay. He holds a certificate in English-Spanish translation from the University of Toronto, Canada. Follow @dduart3.

All stories by:Daniel Duarte & EA Staff
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