More job opportunities abroad for Salvadorans continue to arrive, thanks to the Labor Mobility Program, promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has been one of the regions hardest hit by the global crises , according to the World Bank.

According to the report prepared by the Public Policy Observatory of the Universidad Francisco Gavidia (UFG), in the first quarter of 2022, the trade deficit increased to 41.4% and totaled US$2,328 million. This means that purchases made abroad exceeded sales abroad.

El Salvador significantly improved its Emerging Bond Market Index (EMBI), dropping an average of 24 points between july 2022 and may 2023, that is, it fell from 35.12 points to 13.28 points, after salvadoran authorities sought a way to reduce the risk of default, according to a report by the Public Policy Observatory of the Universidad Francisco Gavidia (UFG).

The Central Government is focusing its efforts on the economic dynamization of the country, through a more efficient transit of goods, this strategy is included in the Plan Maestro Regional de Movilidad y Logística 2035.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through its economic diplomacy strategy, continues working hard in the search for more and better opportunities for the various sectors and productive actors of El Salvador, with the sum of foreign sales and business projects totaling US$1,752,000,000.

Extra income always represents an incentive for the family economy, especially for those who have only one source of income.

The Governors of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration, meeting in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, in the context of the LXIII Board of Governors meeting held today, unanimously resolved to call for a competition to elect a new Executive President and a new Comptroller.

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) announced two of its Vice Presidents and the Executive Vice President. Jordan Schwartz will serve as Executive Vice President, Ana María Ibáñez as Vice President for Sectors and Knowledge, and Anabel González as Vice President for Countries. The candidates were confirmed by the IDB Board of Executive Directors.