Every day, El Salvador attracts hundreds of international investors who decide to stay in the country because of the business climate and the good policies implemented by the government of President Nayib Bukele.
One of the most attractive areas is Surf City, a place where many entrepreneurs are incorporating new projects that contribute to economic development and job creation in the port of La Libertad.
One of the new projects being built in the Conchalio 2 area of Peña Blanca beach, in La Libertad, where Ricardo Gaitán, a Colombian living in El Salvador, is building the shopping center that will be called The Spot@SurfCity, with an investment of $2 million.
According to the investor, The Spot@SurfCity will have 12 commercial premises that will be occupied by companies and banks of recognized national trajectory, which will generate around 60 direct jobs and 300 indirectly.
In addition, the property will have capacity for around 25 parking spaces that can be used by customers, as well as a restaurant area and a children’s play area.
The shopping center is built at the exit of the by-pass on the way to Surf City, from the port of La Libertad, right where President Bukele’s strategic project is being developed, which promotes tourism at an international level.
«The area of the Surf City project is the spearhead for foreign investment in El Salvador. Tourism is a source of development of the economy. The support that investors receive, we owe it to the government program since, with its institutions such as Proesa, we feel supported to start and finish our projects”, said Gaitán.
The support provided by the government to international investors is promoted through the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (Proesa), which is fully convinced that this new project will contribute to the development of the local economy, tourism, and the generation of jobs for more Salvadorans in the area.
In this sense, Salvador Gómez Góchez, president of Proesa, indicated that this project is a reflection of the confidence of investors towards the economic and security strategies implemented by the Bukele administration.
“This new investment project in the country not only generates jobs, but also economic development. It is a reflection of the confidence of investors towards the successful Territorial Control Plan in security that President Bukele is executing, which is creating a free climate and insurance to attract more investments to the country”, said Gómez Góchez.
The new shopping center is part of the development of Surf City, a strategic project for the country that is part of the 10 economic impulses in the recovery of the national economy.
“Surf City is the spearhead for foreign investment in El Salvador. Tourism is a source of economic development. The support that investors receive, we owe it to the government program since with its institutions such as Proesa, we feel supported. to start and finish our projects». Ricardo Gaitán, Colombian investor.