Confidence of Central American Entrepreneurs Drops

Given the current economic climate, distrust and pessimism has taken over Central American Business.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

El Salvador published on its website: "While there are very particular circumstances in each country, a very promising future is not foreseen. One of the things that hinder economic development is the decline in credit and sales which has resulted in job losses. These are some of the findings of various studies that measure the perception of entrepreneurs in the region ran by private and government entities. Theses feelings were shared in a video conference organized by the Central American Economic Integration Bank (BCIE)."

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