Wednesday, 22 May 2024 02:00

Port of La Libertad's dock reopened

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After several months of intervention, the pier of the Port of La Libertad has been reopened. With the improvement of the infrastructure, the aim is to facilitate fishing and promote trade in the coastal area.

Nearly 300 women benefited from the XX Women and Leadership Congress, organized by the Women Entrepreneurs Committee of the Cámara de Comercio e Industria de El Salvador (Camarasal).

Entrepreneurs and businessmen from the region of Tapachula, state of Chiapas, in southern Mexico, participated in a virtual forum for business promotion organized by the diplomatic representation of El Salvador in that country, recently, with a view to attract investors from that destination.

In the ranking of the 18 countries with the highest and lowest inflation in Latin America, El Salvador is among the last positions with an inflation of 0.86% so far in 2024, according to Bloomberg's economic portal.

Technicians from the Dirección General de Sanidad Vegetal y Animal (DGSVA) of the Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería (MAG) along with staff from the Oficina de Registro y Fiscalización de Productos de Uso Agropecuario (ORFIPUA) verify the authorized agroservices to exchange the Bono Agrícola (BAG) in the departments of Ahuachapán, Santa Ana and Sonsonate, to ensure fair trade.

Thursday, 16 May 2024 03:19

Improving e-money security in the digital age

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The International Monetary Fund reports that with the growth in the use of electronic money, regulators must focus on consumer protection and the integrity of the payments system.

 

The Superintendencia del Sistema Financiero has informed through Superintendent Evelyn Gracias, that people associated to the Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito Santa Victoria de R.L. (COSAVI). Those who had savings of US$1000 or less will be reimbursed 100% of their capital starting tomorrow, tuesday, may 14.

The Defensoría del Consumidor (DC) safeguarded the rights of consumers and the family economy due to the increase in commercial activity on Mother's Day.

Latin America's labor force grew by almost 50% in the two decades prior to the pandemic, which contributed significantly to boosting economic growth. Today, trends are turning around and will cease to be a driver of growth in the coming years.

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