Honduras' Minister of Science, Ramon Espinoza, said "there will be further research to gather more data, because there is no other site in Central America with a lost civilisation." The area is inhabited by the Pech and Payas indigenous groups, who long spoke of such a site. adventurer Theodore Morde claimed to have discovered "The Lost City of the Monkey God" in 1940, but didn't reveal the location.The first written reference came in 1544, in a document written by Spanish Bishop Cristobal de Pedraza. The rumoured site had supposedly been located and lost between the 1500s and the 1800s.
The city's name is believed to be derived from the white limestone rock in the area, or a cult purported dedicated to a monkey god.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez visited the site and said in a statement "We are blessed to be alive at such a special time in Honduran history." "This discovery has created a lot of excitement because of its significance for Honduras and the world," Hernandez said.
The consolidation of the Latin American line of sponsorship means very important opportunities for ABOs.
Some of the benefits are: - Cross border sponsoring allows for personal sponsoring in all markets - ABOs can place orders in any market different from their home country, only to be shipped to local addresses within the affiliate where the order is placed - Combined volume from all markets allows an ABO to reach the 21% level more quickly - Regional Business Kit - Regional SIP Program - Regional Bonus Statement Business Kit Purchasing In order to buy a Business Starter Kit and become a new Amway Business Owner (ABO), the prospect must be at least 18 years age and contact an Amway Business Owner for purchase of the Starter Business Kit.
The assumption is that these ABOs are fulfilling requirements in their Home Market.
Amway Latin America is integrated by 12 affiliates: Argentina Brazil Colombia Costa Rica Chile El Salvador Honduras Guatemala Mexico Panama Uruguay Venezuela As of September 2007, Latin America began operating as a Consolidated Line of Sponsorship (consolidated market) where Amway Business Owners (ABOs) are able to personally sponsor from and to any market within the Latin America Region without the need to establish as second business.
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On the supply side, the recovery in manufacturing and agriculture supported greater activity. Real GDP through the second quarter of 2016 grew by 4.1 percent (year over year) broadly consistent with IMF staff projection of 3.6 percent for 2016.
This projected growth performance is supported by scaled up public infrastructure investment and a supportive monetary policy stance.
DATE: 2017-04-13 Country Name: Honduras Location Detail: Puerte Cortes Naval Base Yard EVENT: Piracy HAND: 1 Stolen Items: VHF, SSB.