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Salvadoran Government and Private Sector agree on an economic reopening

President Nayib Bukele's government together with the private sector agreed on a plan to reopen the country's economy in five phases. Each phase will

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President Nayib Bukele’s government together with the private sector agreed on a plan to reopen the country’s economy in five phases.

Each phase will last 21 days, so that the economy returns to normal in an orderly and safe manner. The plan results from the discussion panel held between the government, the private sector, and international organizations.

«For us it is important that the country knows that President Nayib Bukele’s government is working in an organized manner with the private sector, which represents about 80% of formal jobs,» said the Secretary of Trade and Investment, Miguel Kattán.

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