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In june salvadorans will pay US$0.20 less for their 25 lb. gas cylinder
The Dirección General de Energía, Hidrocarburos y Minas (DGEHM), informs salvadorans that the prices of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), for the month of June 2023 show a reduction of between US$0.30 and US$0.07.
From wine to pupusas, salvadorans can get everything through Uber Eats
Since its launch in 2018, Uber Eats has evolved to become a comprehensive platform that makes life easier for its users by offering a wide variety of options with 740 partner restaurants and businesses. The app allows ordering from convenience stores, pharmacies, liquor stores and pet stores, all at the click of a button.
Salvadorans will pay up to US$0.09 less for super and diesel gasoline
The Dirección General de Energía, Hidrocarburos y Minas (DGEHM), explains through its Twitter account that the price of super gasoline will drop US$0.09 and US$0.05 for diesel for the next 15 days.
50 salvadorans travel to Canada to work in areas such as agriculture or construction
Through the Labor Migration program of the Ministry of Labor, more compatriots continue traveling to Canada. A new contingent of salvadorans left for the North American country to work legally.
As of april 30, salvadorans saved more reflecting an increase of US$145 million
The Superintendencia del Sistema Financiero (SSF), detailed in its twitter account that savings accounts registered an interannual growth of US$145.6 million as of april 30, 2023, reflecting confidence in the financial system.
Loto arrives in El Salvador to make salvadorans win
The canadian company Loto, announced its arrival in El Salvador as operator of the Electronic Lottery in the country. The company is established thanks to an agreement signed between the government of El Salvador and the government of Canada.
Transfer365 has improved the way for salvadorans with digital payments
According to the Alianza para la Inclusión Financiera (AFI), the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR) has led and promoted fundamental projects aimed at modernizing the country's payment systems with the incorporation of innovative, efficient and secure digital financial services, on par with international standards and for the benefit of all salvadorans.
Pension Law makes it easier for salvadorans to retire with financial backing
Users of the pension system have received their benefits on the established dates, with the improvements introduced by the initiative of the Central Government and approved by the Legislative Assembly.
Salvadorans have to pay US$50 more for their food due to inflation
The president of the Centro para la Defensa del Consumidor (CDC), Danilo Pérez, stated that inflation, since the increase began to be perceived until march of this year, has affected the population's pocket by an estimated US$50 per month.
Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería maintains attention to salvadorans prior to vacations
The Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería (DGME), recommends salvadorans, who are planning to leave the country during the Easter vacations, to verify in advance the validity of the passport, in order to avoid inconveniences for their plans.