Salvadoran Exporters Request Credit Insurance

Exporting companies from El Salvador are demanding an integral exports policy from the Government.

Monday, August 3, 2009


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According to the Corporation of Exporting Companies, known as COEXPORT, the most important items of such policy should be a financial guarantee fund and credit insurance.

Silvia Cuéllar, head of Coexport, detailed both financial instruments to Laprensagrafica.com: "Credit insurance will be a guarantee for exporters having problems with their products, and the guarantee fund will provide greater protection for the entrepreneur".

To assure the financing of the sector, exporters are suggesting the creation of a "specialized fund in the Multi Sector Investment Bank (BMI)".



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