El Salvador's economic and political stability guarantees a predictable environment to establish a business, with a democratic government, low inflation rates and a dollarized economy that eliminates any exchange risk.
Its strategic location at the center of the American continent, high quality logistics infrastructure, trade agreements, political stability and legal incentives to foreign investments, give a broad range of opportunities for companies that not only want to establish their business in a foreign country, but also to reach important consumer markets such as Latin America and North America.
El Salvador is part of the Association Agreement between Central America and the European Union. It also has free trade agreements with the United States and the Dominican Republic (CAFTA-DR), Central America, Mexico, Chile, Panama, Taiwan and Colombia; and a Partial Scope Trade Agreement with Cuba. All these agreements allow access to a market of 1,200 million of consumers.