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Last week, the president of the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (known as PROESA) Salvador Gómez Góchez, visited Mall del Sol. This project under construction is developed by a Salvadoran abroad (SALEX) resident in Los Angeles, California. The mall is located in the department of Chalatenango.

 

 “I would like to congratulate you for returning to the country, investing in your home country and generating sources of employment. Without a doubt, this is a sign that El Salvador is well seen from outside our borders”, Gómez Góchez said.

 

He added that "as PROESA we are supporting Salvadorans abroad who are investing in their places of origin, betting on the reactivation of the economy, through the Despegue Económico Plan, promoted by our president Nayib Bukele".

 

For his part, Roberto Solórzano, a SALEX investor, stated: "I would like to thank you for the support that PROESA has given us in making this type of investment. My expectations with the government of President Nayib Bukele are high, since he is supporting the investors".

 

Likewise, Gómez Góchez reiterated that one of the aims of the institution is to bet on the generation of jobs, through the implementation of new investments all around the country.

 

Mall del Sol is a modern shopping center with an important investment that will employ about a hundred Salvadorans.

 

To find out more about the services offered by PROESA to potential investors, visit our website at www.proesa.gob.sv, please call (503) 25927000 or write to  Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Usted necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla. .

 

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January 31st, 2020

 

 

Last week, the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (known as PROESA) participated in the inauguration of Hotel Boutique Casa 1,800, in the city of Suchitoto, an investment that has been constantly supported by PROESA for its development.

 

The project has been launched by the Tourist Group Salvadorean Tours, a Salvadoran capital firm, and it will generate about 50 jobs in the department of Cuscatlán.

 

The hotel has 12 rooms set and decorated under the inspiration of a colonial Suchitoto and the infrastructure chosen has been recognized as Cultural Heritage of El Salvador. It will join to Café 1,800, which already has creations of emblematic dishes, and is a friendly space with the environment, operating free of plastics.

 

This investment, explains the head of PROESA, Salvador Gómez Góchez, is a part of the Despegue Económico Plan, which is "a clear commitment to increase investment in El Salvador, to correct deficiencies and support economic areas that generate jobs, articulating all the State institutions and leading the country to true development.

 

The event was attended by the PROESA Investment Promotion manager, Vanessa Bandak; the general manager of the Salvadoran Corporation of Tourism, Juan José Pineda; the general manager and the Marketing manager of Casa 1,800, Cecilia Arias and Rodrigo Moreno; the Banca Pyme manager of Promerica Bank, Marianella Orellana; and father Mario Orellana, presbyter of the Santa Lucia Church, in Suchitoto.

 

To find out more about the services offered by PROESA to investors, visit our website at www.proesa.gob.sv, please call (503) 25927000 or write to  Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Usted necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla. .

 

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February 03rd, 2020

 

The launch of the international public tender for the implementation of the second public-private partnership (PPP) of El Salvador, constituted by the 143-kilometer highway lighting and video surveillance project, was made by FomilenioII / Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), together with the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (known as PROESA), the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation (MOPT), and the Ministry of Commerce and Investments.

 

The project consists of lighting and video surveillance road sections chosen from the departments of La Paz, La Libertad and San Salvador in order to provide users with an adequate quality of service through luminaires and increasing safety levels through the installation of LPR and PTZ cameras.

 

The road sections chosen are: Santa Tecla-La Libertad, La Gloria-El Espino, El Espino-San Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez International Airport, and Plaza de Los Cocos-Zacatecoluca.

 

PROESA has directed from the beginning the pre-investment studies of the project, the economic and financial analysis, the writing of bidding rules and the promotion of the project, whose investment amounts to USD $ 14 million.

 

“In the first one hundred days of the administration of President Nayib Bukele, we launched the first public-private partnership in the history of El Salvador to an international public tender. And now, a short time later, we are already launching the second one. PROESA is the governing body of public-private partnerships in El Salvador, and as such, we are committed to continue supporting the development of PPPs because we contribute to the country's progress. These actions are also part of the Economic Takeoff Plan, promoted by President Bukele, which is already reviving the national economy”, president of PROESA, Salvador Gómez Góchez, said.

 

After this announcement of the launch of the bidding process, the promotion of the project and the bidding rules for potential applicants will be carried out, as well as the clarification of doubts in this regard, the review of bids and the award of the project.

 

The event was chaired by the Presiding Commissioner, Carolina Recinos; the Minister of Public Works and Transportation, Romeo Rodríguez Herrera; the Acting Minister of the United States Embassy in El Salvador, Brendan O'Brien; and the Secretary of Commerce and Investments, Miguel Kattan. Also, it was attended by the President of the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (PROESA), Salvador Gómez Góchez.

 

A PPP is a contract between a public and a private entity, where the private party assumes substantial financial, technical and operational risks, in the design, financing, construction and/or operation of a public good or service, for a limited period, in exchange for its exploitation. In this way, the State can concentrate on the orientation of resources to social priorities.

 

To learn more about public-private partnerships and the work of PROESA in its promotion, call (503) 25927000, or visit our website: www.proesa.gob.sv.

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January 31, 2020

 

La semana pasada, el presidente del Organismo Promotor de Exportaciones e Inversiones de El Salvador (PROESA) Salvador Gómez Góchez, visitó el Mall del Sol. Este proyecto en construcción es realizado por un salvadoreño en el exterior (SALEX), residente en los Ángeles, California. El centro comercial está ubicado en el departamento de Chalatenango.

 

“Quiero felicitarlo por regresar al país, invertir a su lugar de origen y generar fuentes de empleo. Sin duda, esto es una muestra de que El Salvador es bien visto desde afuera de nuestras fronteras", expresó Gómez Góchez.

 

Además, agregó que “como PROESA estamos apoyando a los salvadoreños en el exterior que están invirtiendo en sus lugares de origen, apostándole a la reactivación de la economía, a través del Plan Despegue Económico, impulsado por nuestro presidente Nayib Bukele”.

 

Por su parte, Roberto Solórzano, inversionista de SALEX, enunció: “Quiero agradecer por el apoyo que PROESA nos ha brindado para realizar este tipo de inversión. Mis expectativas con el gobierno del presidente Nayib Bukele son altas, ya que él está apoyando a los inversionistas".

 

Asimismo, Gómez Góchez reiteró que uno de los objetivos de la institución es apostarle a la generación de empleos, mediante la puesta en marcha de nuevas inversiones en todos los rincones del país.

 

Mall del Sol es un centro comercial moderno con una inversión importante que empleará alrededor de un centenar de salvadoreños.

 

Para conocer más sobre los servicios que PROESA ofrece a potenciales inversionistas, visite nuestro sitio web: www.proesa.gob.sv, llame al (503) 25927000 o escriba a  Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Usted necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla. .

 

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31 de enero de 2020

 

La semana pasada, el Organismo Promotor de Exportaciones e Inversiones de El Salvador (PROESA) participó en la inauguración del Hotel Boutique Casa 1,800, en la ciudad de Suchitoto, inversión que ha sido apoyada constantemente por PROESA para su desarrollo.

 

El proyecto ha sido puesto en marcha por el Grupo Turístico Salvadorean Tours, firma de capital salvadoreño, y generará alrededor de 50 empleos en este municipio del departamento de Cuscatlán.

 

El hotel cuenta con 12 habitaciones ambientadas y decoradas bajo la inspiración de un Suchitoto colonial y la infraestructura elegida ha sido reconocida como Patrimonio Cultural de El Salvador. Se unirá al Café 1,800, que ya cuenta con creaciones de platillos insignia, y es un espacio amigable con el medio ambiente, operando libre de plásticos.

 

Esta inversión, explica el titular de PROESA, Salvador Gómez Góchez, forma parte del Plan Despegue Económico, que constituye “una clara apuesta por incrementar las inversiones en El Salvador, por corregir deficiencias y apoyar las áreas económicas que generen empleos, articulando todas las instituciones del Estado y llevando al país al verdadero desarrollo”.

 

Al evento asistió la gerente de inversiones de PROESA, Vanessa Bandak; el gerente general de la Corporación Salvadoreña de Turismo, Juan José Pineda; la gerente general y el gerente de Mercadeo de Casa 1,800, Cecilia Arias y Rodrigo Moreno; la gerente Banca Pyme de Banco Promérica, Marianella Orellana; el padre Mario Orellana; presbítero de la Iglesia Santa Lucía, de Suchitoto.

 

Para conocer más sobre los servicios que PROESA brinda a inversionistas, llame al (503) 25927000, visite nuestro sitio web wwww.proesa.gob.sv, o escriba a   Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Usted necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla. .

 

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03 de febrero de 2020

 

The president of the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (known as PROESA), Salvador Gómez Góchez, held an important meeting with representatives of the government and private companies of Peru, during his participation in the event called "Economic-commercial relations between El Salvador and Peru".

 

There, Salvador Gómez Góchez expressed that with this meeting "we reaffirm the commitment of the Government of El Salvador to continue working hard for the development and consolidation of trade and investment relations with Peru". Likewise, he recognized the contribution made to the country by important investment projects of Peruvian capital, such as OPP Film, Ransa, Química Nava, Roker Peru, San Miguel Industries and Quimelsa.

 

Also, he pointed out the agility with which the government of president Nayib Bukele has carried out processes such as the firm of the free trade agreement with South Korea, an action that seeks to place El Salvador as a point of reference for trade with East Asia.

 

During the activity, the assistants also knew information about investment and trade opportunities with El Salvador, with the support of PROESA, and they knew more details about the work and activities of the Salvadoran-Peruvian Chamber of Commerce (CALSAPE), the organizer of the meeting.

 

This informative and networking breakfast was also attended by the ambassador of the Republic of Peru in El Salvador, Librado Orozco Zapata; the minister of Economy of El Salvador, María Luisa Hayem; ,and the president of CASALPE, Catalina Morales de Murcia.

 

To find out more about the services offered by PROESA, call (503) 25927000 or visit our website at www.proesa.gob.sv.

 

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January 27th, 2020

 

The Export and Investment Promotion Agency de El Salvador (PROESA) together with the Transmission Company of El Salvador (known in Spanish as ETESAL) and the National Energy Council (known in Spanish as CNE), organized the forum called "Current state of development of solar energy in El Salvador: alternatives and expectations of the sector".

 

The event aims to inform project developers and national investors about the expansion plans of the transmission line to be executed by ETESAL, the current status of solar energy and energy storage by the CNE.

 

Likewise, PROESA, through its president, Salvador Gómez Góchez, gave a presentation about the advantages of investing in photovoltaic solar energy projects, investment opportunities in renewable energy in El Salvador, and made its services available to national and foreign investors in the sector.

 

“This forum represents a valuable opportunity to generates knowledge, to listen different successful experiences, to execute alliances and to look for solutions that bring us closer to a more sustainable configuration of our energy matrix”, Gómez Góchez said.

 

At the same time, he said that the boost to renewable energy that is given by the administration of president Nayib Bukele is part of the Despegue Económico Plan, announced by the president last week, which is a strategy for the reactivation of the Salvadoran economy.

 

During the activity, topics such as the expansion of the transmission line and projects to be executed in 2020 by ETESAL were developed, as well as the state of photovoltaic solar energy in El Salvador and the experiences that have been implemented abroad to promote the move towards renewable energy generation sources.

 

The forum was attended by photovoltaic solar energy project developers Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited, and ASEA Brown Boveri (ABB).

 

Yingli Solar, located in Baoding, China, is a solar panel manufacturer that has been the largest producer of photovoltaic modules in the world in 2012 and 2013. And, ABB is a multinational Swiss-Swedish company located in Zurich, Switzerland, which operates mainly in the areas of robotics, energy, heavy electrical equipment and automation technology.

 

The forum was attended by the president of ETESAL, Edwin Núñez; the executive secretary of CNE, Salvador Hándal; the regional sales manager in Latin America and the Caribbean of Yingli Solar, Marisol Neira; the sales specialist in Latin America of ABB, Cristina Padilla; companies in the sector, private banking and other government representatives.

 

To find out more about the services offered by PROESA to potential investors, visit our website at www.proesa.gob.sv, please call (503) 25927000 or write to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Usted necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla. .

 

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Thursday, January 16th, 2020

 

The president of the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (known as PROESA), Salvador Gómez Góchez, held a meeting with representatives of the Intermunicipal Association of the Jiboa Valley (MIJIBOA) and sugarcane panela producers in San Vicente.

 

The aim of the visit was to provide support and guidance from PROESA in the association´s future projects and products. 

 

Also, during the meeting was presented a plan to strengthen and modernize the panela grinding, aimed at technifying and reactivating this industry. During the presentation, the producers were shown how to increase the volume of production and the possible markets to commercialize their products.

 

“It is a great honor for me to be here with such an important sector as the sugarcane panela industry. Our intention is to support you in improving production and finding the ideal markets for the export of your products”, Gómez Góchez said.  

 

On the other hand, Galileo Hernández, president of MIJIBOA, said: “We thank the president of PROESA for supporting the producers of the municipalities of MIJIBOA. We want to work together with the government of president Nayib Bukele and reactivate the industry that generates many jobs”.

 

The president of PROESA also reiterated the government´s role, saying that president Nayib Bukele has instructed them to “support all production sectors and increase the country´s exports”. These efforts are part of the Despegue Económico Plan to improve the economy of Salvadorans.

 

At the end of the meeting, the producers were optimistic about the modernization of their processes. PROESA, for its part, committed itself to follow up on the plan and the producers´ needs.  

 

MIJIBOA is an association that promotes its economic activity and territorial identity by encouraging tourism in the Jiboa Valley.

 

To find out more about the services offered by PROESA to export companies, please call (503) 25927000, visit our website at www.proesa.gob.sv or write to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está protegida contra spambots. Usted necesita tener Javascript activado para poder verla. .

 

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January 16th, 2020

 

Salvador Gómez Góchez, president of the Export and Investment Promotion Agency of El Salvador (PROESA) visited Hotel and Restaurant Bola de Monte Resort, an upcoming tourist attraction that will be located in the department of Ahuachapán.

 

The project will have an investment of 3.5 million dollars and is an investment made by members of the Salvadoran community abroad (SALEX).

 

"I want to congratulate you on this great investment you are making. The government of our president Nayib Bukele has restored the confidence of Salvadoran brothers who live abroad and motivates them to invest in their places of origin”, Gómez Góchez said.

 

Also, he praised the effort that this group of businessmen is making for the country: "This kind of project is impressive. This is the reflection that El Salvador is in the eyes of national and foreign investors”, he said.

 

The head of PROESA made available to the group of entrepreneurs the services provided by the institution in order to work as a team with potential investors inside and outside the country. Likewise, he called on Salvadorans residing abroad to invest, because PROESA is committed to accompany them until their projects are successful. 

 

Moisés Rosa, SALEX businessman, said: "We want to build a unique tourist attraction in El Salvador and attract national and international tourists. For me, it is a pride to invest in my country and generate jobs for my Salvadoran brothers”.

 

Rosa also shared Gómez Góchez's thought about confidence in the new government. During the meeting, he explained that he dared to invest in El Salvador because president Bukele "is a reliable person, who is doing things differently. He is the best president in the world”.

 

In conclusion, the mayor of San Francisco Menéndez, Adin Zetino, thanked president Salvador Gómez Góchez for his visit and for the support he gives to the municipality. At the same time, he said that "today we see a different government, with land ministers who go to the communities”.

 

Bola de Monte Resort Hotel and Restaurant will offer an ecological environment and will have capacity for 30 rooms, two restaurants, salt and fresh water pools, among other attractions that will enhance tourism to the Surf City project.

 

To find out more about the services offered by PROESA, please call (503) 25927000, or visit our website at www.proesa.gob.sv.

 

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December, 19th 2019

 

 

El lanzamiento de la licitación pública internacional para la puesta en marcha del segundo asocio público-privado (APP) de El Salvador, constituido por el proyecto de iluminación y videovigilancia de 143 kilómetros de carretera, fue hecho por parte de  FomilenioII/ Corporación Reto de Milenio (MCC), en conjunto con el Organismo Promotor de Exportaciones e Inversiones de El Salvador (PROESA), el Ministerio de Obras Públicas y Transporte (MOPT), y la Secretaría de Comercio e Inversiones.

 

El proyecto consiste en iluminar y videovigilar tramos elegidos de los departamentos de La Paz, La Libertad y San Salvador para proveer al usuario de una adecuada calidad de servicio mediante luminarias e incrementar los niveles de seguridad a través de la instalación de cámaras LPR y PTZ.

 

Los tramos elegidos: son: Santa Tecla-La Libertad, La Gloria-El Espino, El Espino-Aeropuerto Internacional San Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez, y Plaza de Los Cocos-Zacatecoluca.

 

PROESA ha dirigido desde el inicio los estudios de pre-inversión del proyecto, los análisis económicos, financieros, escritura de bases de licitación y promoción del mismo, cuya inversión asciende a USD $14 millones.

 

“En los primeros cien días de la gestión del presidente Nayib Bukele, lanzamos a licitación pública internacional el primer asocio público- privado en la historia de El Salvador. Y ahora, poco tiempo después, ya estamos lanzando el segundo. PROESA es el ente rector de los asocios público-privados en El Salvador, y como tal nos comprometemos a continuar apoyando el desarrollo de los APPs porque con ello contribuimos al progreso del país. Estas acciones también forman parte del Plan Despegue Económico, impulsado por el presidente Bukele, que ya está reactivando la economía nacional”, aseguró el presidente de PROESA, Salvador Gómez Góchez.

 

Luego de este anuncio de lanzamiento del proceso de licitación, se llevará a cabo la promoción del proyecto y de las bases de licitación a los potenciales postulantes, así como la aclaración de dudas al respecto, la revisión de ofertas y adjudicación del proyecto.

 

El evento fue presidido por la comisionada presidencia, Carolina Recinos; el ministro de Obras Públicas y Transporte, Romeo Rodríguez Herrera; el ministro consejero en funciones de la Embajada de Estados Unidos en El Salvador, Brendan O’Brien; y el secretario de Comercio e Inversiones, Miguel Kattan. Además, contó con la participación del presidente del Organismo Promotor de Exportaciones e Inversiones de El Salvador (PROESA) Salvador Gómez Góchez.

 

Un APP es un contrato entre una entidad pública y una privada, donde la parte privada asume riesgos financieros, técnicos y operacionales sustanciales, en el diseño, financiamiento, construcción y/u operación de un bien o servicio público, por un período limitado de tiempo a cambio de su explotación. De esta forma el Estado puede concentrar la orientación de recursos a prioridades sociales.

 

Para conocer más acerca de los asocios público-privados y de la labor de PROESA para su promoción, llame al (503) 25927000, o visite nuestro sitio web www.proesa.gob.sv.

 

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