Exporters: Online System to Identify Opportunities

In El Salvador, the Ministry of Economy announced the implementation of a digital platform providing exporting companies with statistical information to explore potential markets.

Monday, May 6, 2019

Salvadoran authorities reported that the "Trade Intelligence System" provides up-to-date statistical information on global foreign trade, as well as the country's exchange with each of the world's nations.

Julián Salinas, Vice Minister of Economy, explained to Elmundo.sv that "... The Trade Intelligence System identifies the strategic products in each market of the world and also the goods that have more opportunities of success abroad."

Salinas added that "... the system broadens the view on foreign trade. For example, the information in the system indicates that France is the main consumer of green coffee in the world, but that nation is not among the main markets of El Salvador, despite the fact that the country has a trade agreement with the European Union."

The platform is available on the following website.

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