Salvadorans will pay up to US$0.09 less for super and diesel gasolineWritten by Evelyn Alas
The Dirección General de Energía, Hidrocarburos y Minas (DGEHM), explains through its Twitter account that the price of super gasoline will drop US$0.09 and US$0.05 for diesel for the next 15 days.
High inflation generates food insecurity in Latin American countriesWritten by Evelyn Alas
The role of remittances in Central America and Mexico provide poverty relief: IDBWritten by Evelyn Alas
Remittances are much more than a transfer of money from one country to another. They are an emotional and financial link that connects migrant workers to their homes and families in their countries of origin.
Foreign Ministry provides economic advice to investors in salvadoran embassiesWritten by Evelyn Alas
The Foreign Ministry continues to promote the projection of El Salvador on a global scale, in order to attract new investments that boost the country's economy and bring development to salvadoran families.
Employers that violate labor rights will be fined up to US$4 millionWritten by Evelyn Alas
The Ministry of Labor executes different strategies aimed at ensuring the welfare of workers, and one of them is the strengthening of the legal framework for the protection of labor rights.
Travel and tourism sector to contribute US$3.6 billion to salvadoran economyWritten by Evelyn Alas
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) indicated, through its Annual Economic Impact Report (EIR), that by the end of this year the sector's contribution to El Salvador's GDP will exceed pre-pandemic levels, as it will contribute US$3.6 billion to the national economy, 8.3% above what was registered in 2019.
MINEC signs the first Acuerdo Voluntario de Producción Limpia in El SalvadorWritten by Evelyn Alas
The Ministerio de Economía (MINEC) and the Salvadoran business sector signed today the first Acuerdo Voluntario de Producción Limpia (APL),within the framework of the Sustainable Industries project promoted by the International Finance Corporation.
Producers of La Libertad highlight the increase of inputs in agricultural packagesWritten by Evelyn Alas
Farmers in La Libertad withdraw their Agricultural Packages with the conviction that the harvest will be better than in other years, because the agricultural subsidy is more complete and technical assistance from the Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería (MAG), the Centro Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria y Forestal (CENTA) and the Instituto Salvadoreño de Transformación Agraria (ISTA) is added.
95 thousand producers in Chalatenango, La Libertad and San Salvador will receive their agricultural packagesWritten by Evelyn Alas
Farmers in Chalatenango, La Libertad and San Salvador are receiving their 2023 Agricultural Packages, which include 25 pounds of certified corn seed, a quintal of 15-15-15 fertilizer, a liter of foliar fertilizer and a seed treater; raw materials that will help increase crop productivity.