Salvadoran Service Sector Attracts Indian Companies

A recent trade mission did $2 million in business in software and call center services, and found strong interest in other areas such as medical services.

Monday, March 9, 2009

The delegation from the Export Promotion Agency (PROESA), headed by Vice President Ana Vilma de Escobar, found good business prospects in India for the Salvadoran service sector, mainly in the area of call centers, software development and distribution, medicine and medical services, in transactions that would include training for Salvadorans in the Asian country.

The article by Daniel Choto in detailed statements by Vice President Ana Vilma de Escobar about Indian entrepreneurs: "They suggested that they need personnel who speak Spanish in order to train them in Latin America and that they would train 100 Salvadorans in their corporate training center. In addition, they are looking to 'tropicalize' their software applications to market them in Latin America."

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