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The International Monetary Fund (IMF), explained that Latin American economies held up well last year despite shocks stemming from the Russian invasion of Ukraine and global interest rate hikes.
The Comisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma (CEPA), announced that the company AirSupport Group has made an important investment of more than US$2 million, implemented since the pandemic period, in the acquisition and updating of ground support equipment.
According to a Guatemalan media, the Forum of Coordinators of Deep Integration Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras held the first meeting of the year, with the objective of continuing with the full incorporation of El Salvador to the Customs Union process between the mentioned countries.
The President of the Republic, Nayib Bukele, announced on his Twitter account that tonight he complied with the pending payment of the debt, honoring the US$604 million in Eurobonds that were still owed to the first holders.
The Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (IDB) approved a $100 million loan for El Salvador to support the growth of micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs).
Claro, the best network in El Salvador brings to salvadorans, its Claro Hogar package that includes 50 Megas + CLARO TV at an exclusive price of $40 per month, also has a fixed line with unlimited calls to all Claro in Central America, Claro Video, where you can enjoy La Liga Premier on Paramount + Universal + and all the content of series and movies that the platform offers.
Committed to generating a positive change in the way food is produced, Syngenta launches #PROagricultor, a free virtual education platform open to the public, focused on training in regenerative agriculture.
Contributing to the sustainable development of El Salvador by providing financial support for priority initiatives to improve the quality of life of the population, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) approved a total of US$996 million to its founding member country in 2022 for the development of public sector projects, intermediating resources to the financial sector in support of strategic sectors.
Economist and former President of the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR), Carlos Acevedo, explained in a morning interview, the tax burden will be above 20% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), in 2023, for the second time in many years, being possibly the leading country in Latin America and the Caribbean in tax collection in 2022.
The platform of the Sistema de Información de Mercado Laboral (SIMEL), details that the country is about to reach one million salvadorans with new jobs, informed, today, the minister of Labor, Rolando Castro. This represents a historic figure for El Salvador and a very significant advance for the development of the territory.