El Salvador as Aeronautical Cluster

In the next ten years companies in the Aeronautical cluster could generate between $200 and $400 million in revenues, without considering the contribution of air transport.

Monday, January 21, 2013

The projections have arisen from the second installment of a study that is being conducted by ALG-Europraxis, entitled "Aeronautical Development of El Salvador".

In the case of employment, the current 6600 jobs could go up to about 13,000 by 2022.

An article in Laprensagrafica.com contains quotes by the consultant: "I think we're at the point of talking about what the strategic positioning of this cluster will be, ie, what our competitive advantage will be, in which we will differentiate ourselves from others, which markets we will focus on, and what products we will offer. "

Taken into account in the study were the cases of Morocco, Turkey, Poland, Mexico, Colombia and South Africa.

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