The virtual tie in the polls of candidates from the left, center and right is causing concern among employers.
With less than three weeks to go before the elections for the Presidency and Members of the Legislative Assembly, a poll has shown there is a tie for the top position, according to voter intentions, out of the three parties with distinct government programs, generating uncertainty about the changes to the business environment which could occur during the next term of government in the country.
Results of a study entitled "Development of the value chain for products in the Information and Communications Technologies Sector (ICTs) in El Salvador" have been released.
A statement from The Ministry of Economy reads:
MINEC seeks to position El Salvador as a source of technological development
The Ministry of Economy, through the Directorate of Productive Chains, is aiming to position El Salvador as a source of technological development, since there is a growing demand for value-added services, both nationally and internationally, contributing to the growth of the aggregate supply in the field of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).
Top of the list in the region is Panama (57 in the world), followed by Costa Rica (58), Guatemala (98), Honduras (99), El Salvador (103) and Nicaragua (131).
The Global Information and Communication Technologies Report 2012 is prepared by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in collaboration with INSEAD Business School. It has been published since 2001 and covers 142 countries.
IT companies get more than 70 business oportunities through CostaRicaisIT.net marketplace.
Website serves as a marketplace for more than 200 Costa Rican companies of information and communication technologies (ICT) sector and puts IT companies in touch with potential customers, business partners and sponsors from around the world.
The online IT directory CostaRicaisIT.net, which operates as a marketplace for technology companies in Costa Rica, already includes over 200 information and communication technologies (ICT) companies registered and over 70 business opportunities sent by potential clients, business partners and investors from around the world, as well as visitors from 91 different countries.
The Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies (CAMTIC for its acronym in Spanish) is a nonprofit private trade organization for IT companies representative in Costa Rica & Central America.
Operates in Costa Rica
Phone: (506) 22832205