El Salvador gets over the recession but fears on security continue to linger
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Using government figures as the basis, the Salvadoran Foundation for Economic Development (Fusades) claimed that the economy is undergoing a mild recovery that began in the second quarter.
Of 28 main indicators, 27 have shown a positive tendency since three months ago, Fusades added.
Fusades underlined that the weakness of the recovery will need to be bolstered by more confidence and improvements to security.
Original source (in Spanish): Elsalvador.com