El Salvador needs new investment

The viability of El Salvador for achieving sustained economic growth depends on the amount of private investment it can attract, especially in these times of high food and fuel prices.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

In recent years the nation has attracted significant investments in telecommunications, banking, electrical energy and mining. The investment of América Móvil, the largest mobile telephone operator in Latin America, is evidence of this. As well, aggressive investments by Citigroup and HSBC show that El Salvador has proved itself to be an attractive destination for the investment community.

El Salvador optó por abrir su economía al mundo y debe continuar en ese camino. Sin embargo, para hacerlo debe fortalecer el Estado de Derecho. En palabras sencillas, se debe procurar que la ley se cumpla.
However, pressures are growing for El Salvador to move forward on legal reforms. The U.S. State Department and several local institutions have called for more efficiency and transparency in the justice system.

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President Antonio Saca of El Salvador headed into his last year in office under fire from both sides of the political spectrum.

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