El Salvador’s favorable security climate has facilitated the execution of new projects with foreign capital in various sectors such as tourism, agribusiness, urban development, and commercial infrastructure, among others. Seguir leyendo Salvadorans Abroad Invest $577 Million in the Country.
El Salvador has emerged as a prime destination for energy investments, attracting the attention of several US and European companies interested in investing in the national electricity sector. The arrival of five or six companies keen on making investments would enhance the capacity to supply Salvadoran households, according to Edwin Núñez, the president of Etesal. Seguir leyendo Energy Companies from the US and Europe Explore Investment Opportunities in El Salvador.
With a total investment of $5 million, Noé Torres is currently constructing an ecological theme park called “Termales de la Montaña” (Mountain Springs) in the El Barro canton, Ahuchapán. Seguir leyendo Salvadoran Abroad Invests $5 Million in Tourist Complex in Ahuachapán.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Commission for Micro and Small Enterprises (CONAMYPE) organized a discussion today with entrepreneur and fashion designer Rodner Figueroa, with whom they established connections during the event “El Salvador: Diaspora and Fashion” held by the Foreign Ministry in New York last year. Seguir leyendo Fashion designer Rodner Figueroa expresses interest in Salvadoran products during conference with CONAMYPE and Foreign Ministry.
El Salvador’s Labor Mobility Program, supported by USAID El Salvador, continues to help Salvadoran workers secure positions in US-based companies. Seguir leyendo Salvadoran workforce continues to thrive in US companies through Labor Mobility Program.
The American Chamber of Commerce in El Salvador (Amcham) believes that the reduction in crime is a favorable factor for the arrival of more private investment from the United States to the country. Seguir leyendo Improved Security Favors More American Investments in El Salvador, says Amcham.
The Salvadoran Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (MTPS) announced that around 7,000 Salvadorans have been placed abroad through the Labor Migration Program. The Minister of Labor, Rolando Castro, revealed in a morning interview that this figure corresponds to the contingents sent to the United States and Canada, who have traveled with visas of up to three years and competitive salaries. Seguir leyendo Government places 7,000 Salvadorans abroad through Labor Migration Program.
Bloomberg, the specialized media outlet, recently reported that Salvadoran bonds had the “best performance in emerging markets” on Tuesday. Investors applaud the actions of President Nayib Bukele’s government to shore up the country’s finances. According to the publication, the 2025 bonds recorded the highest level since September 2021. Seguir leyendo El Salvador’s Bonds have the Best Performance in Emerging Markets, According to Bloomberg.
El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele has stated that it will be difficult for the United States to speak in terms of “democracy” and “free elections” following a jury’s decision to charge former President Donald Trump with paying for the silence of an actress. Seguir leyendo President Bukele says the US has lost the arguments of “democracy” and “free and fair elections”.
Sebastian Arevalo, Fernando Dominguez, and Emily Crespin, three former students of the Young Talent Program, have been accepted into the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Seguir leyendo Salvadoran Teens to Study Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry at MIT.