GDP Drop of 2.5% Expected for El Salvador

The Government confirmed the reduction of the economy in 2009; GDP variation will be around -2.5% by the end of the year.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

The new figure comes after reviewing macroeconomic data, as the initial forecast was -1%.

"For 2010, we had forecasted zero growth, but after the revision, we are expecting positive growth between 0.5% and 1%", said Alex Segovia, head of the Technical Secretary, to newspaper

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