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The Defensoría del Consumidor revealed the results obtained in the first week of the Christmas campaign. According to the data presented by the institution, 129 inspections have been carried out.
The Sanctioning Court of the Defensoría del Consumidor issued a final decision against the tour operator Servicios de Mercadeo Internacional, S.A. of C.V. (SERMERINT), for very serious infringement of the Consumer Protection Law (LPC).
The President of the Republic, Salvador Sánchez Cerén, and his counterparts from Guatemala, Jimmy Morales, and from Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, inaugurated the first phase of adaptation of the El Poy integrated border post, in Chalatenango.
Friday November 2, Saturday, November 3 and Sunday, November 4 returns to the Walmart and Maxi Despensa stores, the Cheapest Day of the Year, to offer customers hundreds of items with attractive discounts.
The Ministry of Finance informed by means of a press release that this Tuesday it will extend its opening hours in the offices of collections, treasury, and internal taxes.
El Salvador receives eCommerce Day for the first time, the most representative event of e- commerce, and internet businesses with a presence in 18 countries in the region.
According to the President of the Wholesale Market Administrator of Guatemala (AMM), Edgar Navarro, the economy of El Salvador may be affected by the arbitrary management of energy transmission by the Regional Operator Entity (EOR).
Several funds that have shares in Facebook Inc on Wednesday backed a proposal to remove CEO Mark Zuckerberg from the board of directors for what they consider mismanagement of several high-profile scandals.
Estrella Andina, the company that owns the Starbucks franchise in Colombia, will hire older adults to serve its 31 coffee shops throughout the country. Currently there are already several people employed, but it is intended to expand the figures in an unspecified number.