Jawder James Riven and Adams Alexander Hunter Fermin, defending their monographic work before URACCAN's specialized jury.
Monographic defense from Bilwi compound
The young Porteños Jawder James Riven and Adams Alexander Hunter Fermín are the new professionals in Business Administration with mention in International Trade, who on Monday, successfully carried out the presentation of monographic research: "Reforms to the Tax Concertation Act and its socioeconomic impact on the fishing company Charly".
Jawder James Riven stated that being able to investigate this type of issues contribute to the Good Living and Good Living of the Peoples of the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua, since they contribute to the understanding of the socio-economic impacts that affect the companies that provide services from these territories.
"Considering that the country has been going through an economic crisis since 2018 and that there was a reform of Article 81 of the Law on Tax Concertation, which refers to the increase of the aliquot, then we take that as a main element or a very interesting topic for the city, for the company and also for the society of Bilwi , Port heads," James explained.
It is important to note that the young researchers emphasized that this topic helps them in their growth as new administrative professionals, "this is an experience for us, for future research to dig deeper into the subject and delve deeper into it," concluded James Riven.
The jury in charge of deliberating the result was composed of the Licda. Violeta Irías, teacher Mary Law and Otilio Reyes, PhD., all from the area of Administrative and Economic Sciences of URACCAN Bilwi enclosure.