El Salvador's Economy in 2nd Quarter of 2013

According to FUSADES, during the period GDP grew by 1.4%, there was a slight increase of 5.6% in exports and the investment climate remained unfavorable.

Friday, August 23, 2013

The Salvadoran Foundation for Economic and Social Development (Fusades) has released its Situation Report for the first quarter of 2013, which also highlights the unsustainability of the fiscal situation.

From the press release:

The country needs a strategy for long-term growth (concrete, coherent and pragmatic) as a means to achieving inclusive economic and social development.

A concrete strategy needs to reach a growth rate of 5% for the next 30 years and be driven by six governments, this would raise the GDP per capita from $3,800 in 2012 to about $16,500 in 2042.

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