Training for Salvadoran Exporters

The AgroCAFTA project aims to increase the competitiveness of SMEs that export.

Friday, March 20, 2009

The Corporation of Salvadoran Exporters (Coexport), the organization that is promoting the project in the country, aims to train SMEs in the technical requirements of exporting.

La Prensa Grafica of El Salvador published: "The project is financed by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), with a contribution of $3.8 million which includes the entire region and seeks development in three areas: technical assistance, financing and training."



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