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Coffee is the world’s second most-traded commodity after oil, and a source of income for small-scale farmers in more than 50 countries.
The World Bank Group has joined forces with four other development banks to coordinate crisis-response initiatives and spur economic recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean.
IFC is helping the private sector in Latin America and the Caribbean increase its competitiveness and its role in social and....

IFC in El Salvador

IFC is expanding its operations in Central America to become a partner for the private sector and other key players in order to accelerate economic and social development. From its office in El Salvador, IFC operates with an integrated approach providing investments and advisory services to clients and partners.

 

IFC’s strategy in El Salvador centers on sectors with a strong focus on employment, small and medium enterprise promotion, and climate change – including agribusiness, financial markets, energy, and manufacturing and services. We are also providing advisory services to the ports sector. Since El Salvador became a member of IFC in 1956, IFC has invested $506.2 million in the country’s private sector, including $136.3 million in mobilization.*

 

*As of October 1, 2013

 

Contact

Mayra Alfaro de Moran
Senior Operations Officer
Edificio Torre Futura
9o nivel, Locales 904-905
Calle El Mirador y 87 Avenida Norte
Col. Escalon El Salvador
Tel: (503) 2526-5900
Fax: (503) 2526-5903

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