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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.
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.
Cloud computing services are here to stay and facilitate the business of companies on a global scale. A Gartner survey, a firm specialized in technology market research, indicates that by the year 2025, 51% of IT spending will be destined to cloud services, which is why it is important to know the benefits of this technology.
In order to promote the economic and social development of El Salvador, the Assembly approved transitory provisions to exempt from taxes, for six months, those who provide services related to tourism projects.
Claro El Salvador opened the doors of its new store in Centro Comercial Las Ramblas, in Santa Tecla. In this way, residents and people passing through the area will be able to enjoy an experience with comprehensive attention in a modern and innovative space.
Paying for your utilities shouldn't be chaos, and if it is, here's the solution! With a monthly payment organizer you can control what you are going to pay for utilities or other expenses.
The Comisión Nacional de la Micro y Pequeña Empresa (CONAMYPE) together with the operating institutions of the fourteen Centros de Desarrollo de las MYPE (CDMYPE).
Salvadoran families who receive their family remittances can now collect them at any of our Banco Hipotecario branches, no matter which remittance house they are from, thanks to the expansion of services that we make available with a new alliance with the CUSCA remittance network, in a fast, safe and easy way.
The Defensoría del Consumidor presented this monday a report on the results of the institutional work carried out to protect consumers during the month of february 2023.
During the vehicle controls installed by the Central Government in more than 600 points nationwide, to ensure road safety for the population during the holiday period, they have detected that many drivers are driving with expired documents, an offense that makes them liable to a fine of US$11.43.