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The growth of startups in El Salvador has been driven by several factors, including the incursion of emerging technologies such as electric vehicles.

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The Governments of El Salvador and China held in Beijing, the first Political Consultation Meeting between the two nations, an event that served to strengthen and expand ties of friendship, cooperation and joint work in areas of bilateral interest.

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The Government of El Salvador launched last monday a public offer for the repurchase of its bonds maturing between 2025 and 2029, amounting to some US$1,749 million.

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In a television interview, the President of the Banco Central de Reserva, Douglas Rodriguez, specified that violence cost El Salvador around 14% to 19% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

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This monday, El Salvador launched the offer to repurchase public debt maturing from 2025 to 2029. This official announcement was made by President Nayib Bukele through the social network X, in the afternoon hours.

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According to a report by EFE news agency, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said thursday that addressing the risks derived from bitcoin, the official currency in El Salvador, is a "key element" of the talks it is having with the government of salvadoran President Nayib Bukele for an economic agreement.

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El Salvador recently participated in one of the largest specialized fairs in South Korea. It is the Coffee Expo Seoul, edition 2024, an event dedicated exclusively to the coffee industry.

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The leading quick-commerce company presents PedidosYa Plus, a premium service to enjoy different benefits: unlimited free delivery, access to exclusive promotions and other benefits. Subscription can be done quickly and easily from the platform and involves the payment of a monthly fee of US$5.99.

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According to a Central American economic report by BANCOLOMBIA, it reflects that, during the third quarter of 2023, El Salvador's economy grew 3.6% annually, driven by the deceleration of inflation, household consumption, public and private investment, exports, and the dynamism of the construction and public services sectors.

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The Agencia de Promoción de Inversiones y Exportaciones de El Salvador (INVEST), reported that the country is expanding the list of export destinations, opening doors in new international markets to position the entry of salvadoran products.

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