Salvadoran private sector unions have expressed their opposition to state intervention in the market.
The new law, which sets a ceiling on interest rates for credit cards, is deemed to be a hindrance for the country's economy.
According to the Salvadoran Foundation for Economic and Social Development, Fusades, the reforms will result in reduced access to financing, they are therefore calling on President Mauricio Funes to veto the reforms.
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