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The Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería (MAG) is promoting the economic development of salvadoran farmers with an initiative to reactivate vegetable production areas in the western part of the country.

Published in Entrepreneurship

The digitalization of checks or truncation of checks is a law that was approved by the previous legislature and seeks to improve the country's economy by facilitating access to financial resources in a faster way, which in turn reduces the time and costs of moving these transactions.

Published in Economy

Movistar El Salvador, a leading telecommunications company, and the only green operator in the country, is proud to announce the measurement of its carbon footprint. This study will allow the company to quantify the greenhouse gas emissions associated with its operations. By working on this aspect, it will be able to implement effective strategies to offset its environmental impact and contribute to the fight to reduce the effects of climate change.

Published in Experts

Transnational companies in El Salvador have had record profits in three consecutive years with one billion dollars in profits, that is to say that last year these companies had around one billion four hundred million dollars in profits, according to data that the President of the Banco Central de Reserva, Douglas Rodriguez announced in a television interview.

Published in Finances

From a production perspective, growth was observed in 17 of the 19 activities that make up the GDP, highlighting the highest annual increase: Construction with 17.9%; Electricity 14.6%; Professional and technical services 11.1%; Leisure services 10.2%; Financial services 7.5%; Administration and support services 4.5%; Communications 4.1%; and Government services with 3.9%.

Published in Economy

The Asociación de Movilidad Eléctrica de El Salvador (ASOMOVES) a non-profit civil society organization, held the first Electric Mobility Congress in El Salvador entitled: "Learn about the environmental, economic and health benefits offered by electric mobility".

Published in Breaking News

The Presidential Commissioner for Strategic Projects, Cristian Flores, presented to spanish companies the panorama of business opportunities offered by the country, and the strategic projects promoted by the Government.

Published in Finances

This morning the general manager of Transportes Unidos de Occidente (TUDO), José Daniel, together with government entities, presented new public transportation units for the western part of the country.

Published in Finances

Manuel Cardona is a salvadoran who lived abroad for years and studied a PhD in robotics at the University of Madrid, Spain. The professional has returned to El Salvador to contribute to the advancement of technology and innovation through the creation of the Steam Robotics Academy in San Salvador.

Published in Technology

The Presidential Commissioner for Strategic Projects, Cristian Flores informed that the feasibility study will begin this month and will be in charge of the Korean consulting firm Daeyoung Engineering, selected last december.


Published in Economy
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