The Defensoría del Consumidor activated today at national level a dense Christmas operation of inspections and information services, advice and attention to complaints, within the framework of the New Year's Eve Plan, to protect consumers during the Christmas festivities.

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Program through a statement released that in Latin America food inflation has accelerated more than general inflation since 2020.

The minister of Public Works, Romeo Rodríguez Herrera, reported on the progress that has been made in the process of construction of the Surf City route, La Libertad, from El Obispo beach to El Zonte beach, 23 kilometers long, which includes a series of works for the economic and tourist development of the area.

The Atlantida Christmas Village will be marked by various activities for all members of the family, including household pets, imbuing each one with a touch of surprises, fun and interaction to create unique experiences.

The economic recovery of El Salvador, and tourism in particular, continues to advance by leaps and bounds, proof of this is that the Central Government expects the arrival of 230,000 tourists in december, so the new goal of reaching 2.4 million visitors during 2022 is getting closer every day.

The payment of the Christmas bonus in salvadoran companies is approaching and if you do not know how much you are entitled to this december, through this article we tell you how to make the calculation.

According to data from the Banco Central de Reserva ,shows that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) could grow 2.8% by the end of 2022, while exports will increase 14% and remittances 3.7%.

The Treasury Commission issued a favorable opinion for the creation of the Special Law for the Contracting of Public Works with Inclusive Financing, in order to establish special conditions for the awarding and execution of projects in which costs are contemplated in their design, construction, supervision and, in some cases, operation and maintenance.

In a context of weak economic recovery, Latin America and the Caribbean received US$142 million in Foreign Direct Investment (IED) in 2021, 40.7% more than in 2020, but this growth was not enough to reach pre-pandemic levels, the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) reported today through a press release that reports the main conclusions of the annual report Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean 2022.

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