The new goal is part of an export strategy set by the Government which seeks to replace the current subsidy of 6% (Drawback) for foreign sales.
Capitales.com reports, "Authorities have also set other goals mostly related to increasing the number of export destinations from 52 to 60 and increase the number of exporters with sales greater than $500,000 from 428 in 2008 to 540 in 2014."
The program allocates $ 28 million for a total of 21 instruments to benefit exporters.
Mario Cerna, Vice Minister of Commerce and Industry in the MINEC, said half of the resources will go to "non-reimbursable funds for co-financing of all types of business."
Laprensagrafica.com outlined in their article: "The rest of the money will be divided between efforts to promote export products and returns associated with the purchase of supplies and other components to boost the sector. In the coming years it is expected to maintain the amount of resources or increase them."
The BMI and the Ministry of Economy presented the Export Guarantee Fund (FIDEXPORT).
According to the president of BMI, the FIDEXPORT aims to provide guarantees for short-term financing for export of goods and services required by companies exporting to Financial System institutions in El Salvador.
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