The Banco Central de Reserva (BCR) announced that El Salvador closed february 2024 with an inflation rate of 0.80%.

The Agricultural Commission ruled in favor of the new Special Law for the Commercialization, Registration and Protection of Coffee Property with the purpose of regularizing said item in the country, as well as facilitating the commercialization of coffee for a better price.

The Vice Chancellor of the Republic, Adriana Mira; together with the president of the Comisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma (CEPA), Federico Anliker; and the presidential commissioner for Strategic Projects, Cristian Flores; held a meeting with a delegation from South Korea, which will support our nation with a feasibility study for the installation and operation of a shipyard in the port of La Union, an area of great logistical possibilities.

Investing in the stock market is a popular practice in financial and economic circles worldwide. But few know how to do it.

"Your card won't go through" is a phrase that nobody wants to hear when you want to pay for a product or service in a store, store or restaurant, especially when you are sure that you have the balance available in your account to make the payment.

 

This morning the general manager of Transportes Unidos de Occidente (TUDO), José Daniel, together with government entities, presented new public transportation units for the western part of the country.

Thursday, 29 February 2024 23:44

Salvadoran agriculture threatened by climate change

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On the second day of the Congreso Regional de Sostenibilidad (CRESA), the representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) El Salvador addressed the consequences of climate change on regional agriculture.

This tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, shared a balance of the results obtained during the 5 years of management, as part of the commemoration of its 166 years of foundation.

The Comisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma (CEPA) informed that they have made an important investment in equipment amounting to more than US$2 million, in order to enhance port operations.