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The Central Government informed that it has already outlined a plan to honor its debt commitments on time in the short and medium term. There is no danger of the country falling into default.
SISTEMA FEDECRÉDITO in compliance with its Corporate Social Responsibility actions and convinced of the hard work done by the Salvadoran Red Cross for the benefit of the population, gave an important donation for the purchase of first aid kits, coolers, canopies and medical supplies that will be used to equip the emergency centers, which will be very useful for the lifeguards and lifeguards of this humanitarian institution that will provide their services during the “Planes de Contingencia 2022”, which include the holiday seasons of Easter Plan Verano and Plan Belén.
Banco CUSCATLAN and TechnoServe sign an alliance to support the small and medium enterprise sector in El Salvador, through training in strategic business areas: Finance, Marketing, Sales, Innovation, Organization and Human Resources.
The President of the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR), Douglas Rodriguez, said in a morning interview that the institution foresees an investment by private companies of US$2.2 billion by 2022.
The Ministerio de Turismo (MITUR) estimates an arrival of 1.7 million international visitors, which represents US$1.7 billion in foreign exchange earnings. As for domestic tourism, 9.1 million domestic visitors are expected, generating more than US$300 million in income.
The President of the Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador (BCR), Douglas Rodriguez, said this morning at a press conference that the institution projects an economic growth for 2022 of 3.2%.
The minister of Finance, Alejandro Zelaya, informed salvadorans that the institution expects to collect US$2.5 billion in Income Tax (ISR), and in terms of refunds it could be around US$35 to 40 million.
Accelerated digitization, constant innovation, cost optimization and improving customer experience, are some of the challenges that MYPIMES will face this year 2022.
A special report prepared by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), indicates that after the 3.2% drop in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which took place in 2020, the world economy is expected to grow by 6% in 2021 and 5% in 2022.
The Mayor's Office of San Salvador carried out the Mega Job Fair 2022 which brought together more than 100 companies and exceeded 10 thousand job openings, between permanent and temporary. The activity was coordinated by the mayor of the capital, Mario Durán, through the Department of Employment Management.