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Xiaomi, a world leader in technology, has presented in an event in Guatemala City, its new Redmi Note 13 Series, a line of mobile devices and wearables that promise to redefine the technological experience of salvadorans.
According to the Banco Central Reserva (BCR), several food products have increased their prices, so the costs of the basic food basket have been affected between december 2023 and january 2024, so the salvadoran population is acquiring food at higher prices.
The Dirección General de Energía, Hidrocarburos y Minas (DGEHM) informed of the retail prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders in its different presentations for the month of february, which will remain unchanged.
According to the daily report of prices of agricultural products published by the Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería (MAG) there have been price decreases in vegetables in the last week of january 2024.
Talking about death can be something very hard for many people, but it is a reality that every living being must face, but before this moment arrives it is advisable to plan for these expenses.
The Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería (MAG) has released the new prices of fertilizer inputs available at AGROCENTA, costs range from US$12.00 to US$35.00.
According to some school supplies vendors, prices have decreased compared to 2023 and it is expected that salvadorans will save a little with these new costs.
The price of the basic food basket in El Salvador has not varied much in this year that is about to end, since in the urban area of the country prices have remained between US$245 and US$257 throughout the year, while in the rural area prices have varied between US$185 and US$193.
In the modern economy, the prices of goods purchased daily or of services used tend to change with some frequency. Inflation refers to the increase in the prices of goods and services over a period, or in other words, the decrease in the value of money with respect to the amount of goods and services to be purchased with it.
The president of the Defensoría del Consumidor, Ricardo Salazar, led this thursday the inspections at the Multiplaza Shopping Mall, in Antiguo Cuscatlán, La Libertad.