Auditors of the Ministry of Finance have verified the delivery of invoices in 502 commercial establishments of which 221 are evading taxes. The plan is carried out throughout the country.
The Salvadoran Chamber of Small and Medium Agricultural Producers (CAMPO), said that for the second (last) planting, from August to September there were losses in excess of US$6.4 million.
Companies will avoid from mergers and acquisitions in Latin America next year, as the economic slowdown and political uncertainty across the region, reduces the desire for new deals.
Interjet, the airline of mexican capital wants to take the salvadoran skies, and therefore, announced an increase in chairs, with a second frequency El Salvador, Mexico and vice versa, from next October 27.
The commercial center that promises to dynamize the economy of the north zone of the salvadoran capital already has placed 80% of the premises that will be in total 200 and 30 kiosks. With an estimated investment of US$60 million.
Grupo Agrisal recently announced that Plaza Mundo Apopa will be ready in the first quarter of 2020, and it is expected to open its doors to the public next April. The mall will have department stores, technology, footwear, supermarket, financial services, restaurants, and a cinema with seven rooms, among other stores.