The new National Entrepreneurial Union of El Salvador (Unaes, acronym in Spanish) will introduce a government purchases law that would benefit the sector.
This Union is born with the goal of providing support and strengthening the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector. The Unaes is made up by businessmen from several productive sectors of the country and by Salvadoran entrepreneurs residing in the United States, totaling over 400 members.
Two of the agreements concern direct flights between the countries and the purchase of Cuban medicines by El Salvador.
The foreign secretaries from El Salvador, Hugo Martínez, and Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, announced the possibility of establishing an aviation treaty that will enable direct flights between San Salvador and Havana to begin in the short term.
This is the date by when Central American countries propose to have completed the regional power grid.
By the end of next August the link-up of Costa Rica and Panama is expected to be finished and by October that of Guatemala with El Salvador, says Enrique Martínez, general manager of the Central American proprietary power grid company (EPR in Spanish).
The gas distributor will expand its terminal in port La Unión, doubling its propane storage capacity.
Tropigas will invest between $4 million and $14 million in El Salvador, depending on the obligations assumed by the company. The General Director of Grupo Tropigás, Marco Martínez, told newspaper La Prensa Gráfica that "right now they are only having conversations with their partners and authorities of the Economy Ministry, with whom they will meet this week".
Now the countries have fully reestablished diplomatic relations between them.
These were ended on 1961, and resumed on June 2009.
“Both chancellors expect to sign a framework agreement to foster trade”, reported Laprensagrafica.com.
Hugo Martínez, Salvadoran state minister, commented that “Cuba will be important in a program for those injured in the Salvadoran Wars, which ended in 1992 with peace agreements sponsored by the United Nations”.
The agreements will make alternative sources of finance available to the countries for development projects.
The initiative is referred to as the Building Remittance Investment for Development Growth and Entrepreneurship (BRIDGE) and seeks to "strengthen economic growth through remittances sent from abroad as part of a goal to bring more people into the financial system," according to voanews.com.
The public works ministry will acquire 20 temporary Bailey bridges to replace those damaged by tropical storm Ida.
No bidding will be done for this procedure as the entity will acquire them directly. The technical committee recommended that the fabrication time of the structures should be less than 4 weeks, and the time required to transport them less than 5 weeks.
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