Salvadoran companies opt for financing on the Stock Market.

Local companies are interested in learning how the stock market works, seeking an alternative to finance their production projects.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

El Salvador's Stock Exchange (BVES) President, Rolando Duarte, stated that ten companies have come to the institutions to find out how the stock market works and he expects a growth in participants next year as a result.

"We saw that as positive. We are supplemental to the financial system and we anticipate an increase in the new primary stock market in our system" said the executive.

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Phone (503) 221-5487
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Edificio BVES, Jardines de la Hacienda, Boulevard Merliot, Avenida Las Américas, No. 14A.
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