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PriceSmart, Inc. is betting on expansion and investment in the department of Santa Ana, to open a new Club, as it is a city driven by its economic dynamism and industrial growth.
The World Bank's Annual Conference on Development Economics (ABCDE), a high-level event of the institution, was recently held.
The capital municipality has reported that during its administration it has managed to secure more than 15 thousand jobs for the people of San Salvador and citizens residing in neighboring municipalities such as Mejicanos, Ayutuxtepeque, Cuscatancingo and Ciudad Delgado.
Alejandra is one of the producers who benefited with $1,500 from the Seed Capital Grant of the Fideicomiso Especial del Sector Agropecuario (FIDEAGRO),a governmental support executed by the Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería (MAG), the Centro Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria y Forestal (CENTA) and the Banco de Fomento Agropecuario (BFA), money that helped her to strengthen the loroco plantation and extend the cultivation area.
The Government has implemented a series of initiatives designed to invigorate the economic environment and promote sustainable and equitable growth, which is reflected in the creation of opportunities for all salvadorans.
Teams from the Ministerio de Trabajo y Previsión Social will travel to the western part of the country, where as part of the result of the Employment Tour, hundreds of salvadorans will be placed in jobs.
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), from 2018 to 2023 has promoted the MSME Programs, in which it has disbursed more than US$321 million that were destined, mainly, for working capital, fixed assets and commercial premises to MSMEs engaged in trade, services, agriculture, manufacturing, business real estate activities and rental, transportation and others.
Minister of Labor Rolando Castro, said through his twitter account that the institution is holding a massive nationwide call, next tuesday, july 11, 2023.
The increase in formal employment is among the most outstanding achievements. Data from the Instituto Salvadoreño del Seguro Social (ISSS) indicate that there are 962,575 workers registered on the payroll. This number had not been observed before and shows how the employer sector is interested in betting on the country.
On february 6, the Minister of Labor and Social Welfare, Rolando Castro, began the Employment Tour in the eastern part of the country, now he returns to participate in the hiring of hundreds of people who, thanks to this initiative, will now have a decent job to support their families.