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I am a Nicaraguan resident, how can I legally own stock in US multinational corporations such as Amazon or Google?

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On 8/28/2016 at 11:20, Sonita said:

I am a Nicaraguan resident, how can I legally own stock in US multinational corporations such as Amazon or Google?

If there are companies being multinational corporation there in Nicaragua, you can sis Sonita :) 

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