In July, officials of the Costa Rican Instituto Geografico Nacional (IGN) and the Instituto Nicaraguense de Estudios Territoriales (INETER) put up new boundary markers at Upala, Costa Rica, effectively giving 300 sq km of Costa Rican territory to Nicaragua, pushing the border further south and widening the buffer between the border and the Rio San Juan, a likely route for a canal into Lake Nicaragua.
What does INETER stand for?
INETER stands for Instituto Nicaraguense de Estudios Territoriales
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- Institutional Network (Hawaii Department of Education)
- Instructional Network
- Instruments and Experimental Techniques (journal)
- Integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry
- Interagency Narcotics Enforcement Team
- International Networking (conference)
- International .NET Association
- Internet/Network Deamon (Unix)
- Instituto Nacional de Engenharia e Tecnologia Industrial (Portuguese: Institute of Engineering Technology and Innovation; Portugal)
- Interaction Network Modelling (workshop)
- Integrated Electronic Warfare Analysis & Model
- Improving Web Retrieval for Non-English Queries (SIGIR workshop)
- Integrated Electronic Warfare System (USAF)
- Integrated Electronic Warfare System/Integrated Communication/Navigation/Avionics
- Integrated Electronic Warfare System Simulation
- Initiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval
- Integrated Numerical Experiment
- International Nuclear Emergency Exercise (Nuclear Energy Agency)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Since the release of the comptroller general's report, a source at the Instituto Nicaraguense de Estudios Territoriales (INETER) told the daily La Prensa that the agency surveyed La Chinampa for Aleman in 1997 at an estimated cost to the state of US$20,000.