El Salvador: BCIE launches the "Production Chain" program

The Central American Banks for Economic Integration (BCIE) launched the "Production Chain" program to support small and medium businesses in conjunction with a private university.

Monday, August 18, 2008

The BCIE entered into an agreement with the Francisco Gavidia University of El Salvador so that small and medium-sized suppliers of the institution can obtain their payment in one day and therefore be able to reinvest their earnings and buy raw materials.
According to a release from the BCIE, the objective of the "Production Chain" program is "to contribute to the development of micro, small and medium businesses in the region so that can have timely access to financial resources."

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