Embargoes to Salvadoran Farmers Suspended

The Legislative Assembly passed a series of measures favoring the agriculture sector.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

One of the them obliges state banks to suspend property embargoes for a 9 month period, while recommending private banks to act in the same way.

"Another initiative asks the Government to continue providing 30% of Ficafé's annual quota. Ficafé is a refinancing trust for growers, whose quota expires on September 23", reported Elsalvador.com.

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The funds by BMI (Multilateral Investment Bank), are intended to reactivate coffee production.

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