Honduras prepares for U.S. recession

To offset the effects of a recession in the U.S., Finance Minister Rebeca Santos said Honduras is creating internal conditions for job creation through public investment and a 900 million dollar private project.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Santos said this year's budget includes public investment programs in highways, production, micro-credits, and social assistance. "We are creating conditions for public investment that will be an important element for stimulating the national economy," she said.
The 2008 budget includes major allocations for maintenance and broadening of coverage for social programs that benefit poor families such as free schooling, technology vouchers, and financial transfers to be made through the Program of Family Transfers (PRAF).
"We are doing our best to minimize the effects of the international situation and the high costs of food and fuel," she said.

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