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In the fourth edition of the Congreso Regional de Sostenibilidad Ambiental (CRESA), a series of presentations were given highlighting the importance of water sustainability and how this resource must be protected at all costs by the government, private enterprise, and society in general.
Today, chatbot technology is practically ubiquitous, from smart speakers in our home to messaging apps in the workplace.
The minister of Economy, María Luisa Hayem, highlighted that security in the country has allowed the generation of new companies and, with them, new jobs, an important factor for economic growth. "In 2023, 3,341 new companies were established in the country".
The Ministry of Finance has informed that individuals or legal entities, estates or trusts that withhold income tax are obliged to submit the "Annual Income Tax Withholding Report (F-910)", which contains the details of the individuals or legal entities to which withholdings have been made in the fiscal year 2023, according to the provisions of article 123 of the Tax Code.
Borrowings are a form of financing that a company or government obtains by going to financial entities in the national or international market to request a loan from a large number of investors, dividing the debt into small participations, which are called securities.
In order to support the transformation of companies located in eastern El Salvador on their way to digitization and as a way to publicize its broad portfolio of Advanced Connectivity solutions, Tigo Business in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of El Salvador, CAMARASAL, held the business meeting called SinergIA in the department of San Miguel.
The president of the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR), Douglas Rodriguez arrived to the financial commission of the Legislative Assembly to explain the advantages that the entry into force of the check truncation will have in the country.
The Banco Central de Reserva (BCR) has launched a new strategy with which it seeks to improve the salvadoran digital financial ecosystem, through technological innovation.
With the implementation and transition from physical invoicing to electronic invoicing in El Salvador, large taxpayers and large billers are the first to face the challenges of adapting systems to meet their tax obligations.
In order to promote the economic and social development of El Salvador, the Assembly approved transitory provisions to exempt from taxes, for six months, those who provide services related to tourism projects.