El Salvador diversifies its export offer
El Salvador has increased its exports of garments, cane sugar, toilet paper and flour, among others, as other of its more traditional exports have seen a drop.
El Salvador's sales grew 4 percent last year, a substantial increase for the country, said Jeremy Harris, economist at the Inter-American Development Bank.
He added that Salvadoran products are popular even where there has been a drop in the global market.
Source (in Spanish): El Salvador