El Salvador: Technical Support for Tourism

Companies associated with the Chamber of Tourism will benefit from technical assistance by the Ministry of Economy.

Friday, March 4, 2011

The Ministry of Economy signed a joint action and cooperation agreement with the Salvadoran Chamber of Tourism (CASATUR), within the framework of the Inventa Platform, entitled: "Sector Cells Transfer."

The goal is mutual cooperation in formulating, managing and implementing projects related to Innovation and Technological Development of the tourism industry.

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El Salvador Seeking Brazilian Cooperation in Agriculture

February 2010

Brazil could supply the Salvadoran agriculture industry with technical assistance and know-how.

Agriculture and trade officials from Brazil are in the country, discussing the basis of a potential agreement.

“The parties will share past experiences of using micro financing to boost agricultural development, technical assistance, successful policies implemented in Brazil and opportunities for Agro industries”, reported Laprensagrafica.com.

SME Program Would Invest $400 Million

September 2009

The Government of El Salvador will reinforce financial and technical assistance for small and micro companies.

The search for financing sources is underway, told Mario Cerna, Commerce vice minister.

"He also said ... he intends to have ready, before the end of the year, a law project for micro and small enterprises. This project will provide mechanisms for real access to credit..."

El Salvador: Training for Northern SMEs

August 2009

Small and medium enterprises from the country's north will receive technical assistance, training and access to business information.

An agreement was signed between the Commerce Chamber and the company Chemonics International, to improve the productive processes of these companies in order to access new markets.

Mini and small companies in Guatemala organize.

November 2008

Mini and small business persons on the West side of the country are organizing to expand their activities to other markets.

To achieve their goal they propose to give greater added valued to their products and foster diversification.

To date about 60 associated companies operate in the Departments of Totonicapan, San Marcos, Solola and Quetzaltenango.

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