SONY Projects Greater Growth in El Salvador

Sony Inter-American, Inc. (SIA) announced that it will invest this year in the Salvadorian market 15% more than it did in 2007.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Richard Fairest, President of Sony Inter-American, informed "Our investment includes the opening of an office, whose main role will be 'to offer the visibility and improved efficiency necessary to assist our strategic partners - that are not only stores, but also service workshops - and the Salvadorian consumer.'

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