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As part of an alliance that crosses borders, the Federación Peruana de Cajas Municipales de Ahorro y Crédito (FEPCMAC), and SISTEMA FEDECRÉDITO are organizing the second edition of the Microfinance Summit for Latin America and the Caribbean, SUMMIC 2024, in the city of San Salvador, under the theme "Reinventing Financial Inclusion in pursuit of a greater goal", with the purpose of exploring and addressing crucial challenges in the current microfinance landscape.
The Tribunal Supremo Electoral de El Salvador (TSE) has finished with the scrutiny of the Legislative Assembly, positioning the Nuevas Ideas Party as the largest political force in El Salvador in this State body with 54 seats won out of 60.
Grupo Mazo, a Spanish company dedicated to logistics and multimodal international cargo transportation, with emphasis on refrigerated goods, has set its sights on the country to expand its operations.
The Organización Latinoamericana de Energía (Olade), El Salvador has experienced a 160-fold increase in its solar energy generation capacity from 2015 to last year, making a significant transformation towards energy self-sufficiency.
Growth Digital, consulting company in digital advertising strategies, is the new Google Media Sales Representative in El Salvador, and in the following markets in Central America: Panama, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras and Nicaragua. Through this alliance, Growth Digital will exclusively market Google Ads advertising solutions locally to contribute to the growth and development of advertisers and agencies in each of these markets.
The colombian and salvadoran governments have reached an agreement that facilitates the entry of Colombian beef into the salvadoran market.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved an $84 million loan to accelerate El Salvador's international insertion in world trade by reducing trade costs, improving trade facilitation, and increasing port efficiency.
The Presidential Commissioner for Strategic Projects, Cristian Flores informed that the feasibility study will begin this month and will be in charge of the Korean consulting firm Daeyoung Engineering, selected last december.
The minister of Labor, Rolando Castro, announced that the government has surpassed one million contributing workers in El Salvador.
According to an analysis by the Secretaría Ejecutiva del Consejo Monetario Centroamericano (Secmca) El Salvador ranks second among countries in generating energy from renewable sources within its energy matrix in Central America and the Dominican Republic.