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In a radio interview, the former President of the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR) Carlos Acevedo, salvadoran economist, explained that the bank proposes to change the conditions of short-term debt, which does not exist today. However, the interest rates are not known, which is a component of any refinancing structure.
In a morning interview, economics expert, Cesar Villalona, explained that in a report of the Banco Central de Reserva of the first 3 months of 2023 reflects that the economy has a recessive growth of 0.8%, El Salvador's economic growth depends on private investment.
According to economist and former President of the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR), Carlos Acevedo, explained in a morning interview that in El Salvador since the last quarter of last year exports have fallen and the first two months of 2023 have shown data that have also fallen.