Details of the finances of the Costa Rican company dedicated to the development and marketing of beverages and foodstuffs, up to September 2015.
From the financial analysis report on FIFCO prepared by Aldesa Puesto de Bolsa:
Main results up to September 2015:
The net profit for the period between June and September 2015 was $11.016 billion, 2.5% less than in the same quarter last year, due to the fact that in this timeframe some real estate sales were made in the field of Coyol of Alajuela, which generated significant revenues. However, other items and products presented a very good quarter.
"While low growth rates of GDP restrict credit growth and earnings, expansion in consumer loans could weaken credit quality."
From a report by Fitch Ratings:
Fitch Ratings - San Salvador - (July 16, 2015): The largest Salvadoran banks have a strong ability to absorb losses, which protects them from the weak operating environment and asset quality pressures, according to Fitch Ratings' special report .
And Nicaraguan businessmen have now requested the partial veto of this law law which creates the FAU, claiming that it could be used as an instrument of political persecution.
Nicaraguan entrepreneurs lamented the passage of the law creating the Financial Analysis Unit (FAU) because it was passed without social consensus and without taking into account suggestions from businesses.
CABI's goal is to provide information needed for decision making regarding investment and other interests in Central America.
CABI is a private for-profit organization made of professional not affiliated to any political party or ideology. It seeks to reduce the gap between the local (Guatemalan) market and what is offered in other leading companies and country in the world.