El Salvador is a free, stable, and export-oriented economy.
The country dollarized its economy in 2001, which is why El Salvador has since offered greater certainty and monetary stability to investors as a result of the elimination of exchange rate risk, as well as low inflation.
El Salvador has important competitive advantages for U.S. companies, including its geographical proximity and speed of response, as well as its participation in free trade agreements that give the country access to an important market of potential clients.
Salvadoran labor is internationally recognized for its industriousness, efficiency, and work ethic. Investors established in the country rank it as one of the most outstanding in the world.
El Salvador is a member of the CAFTA-DR agreement, which eliminates most fees and barriers for goods from the United States, protects investments and intellectual property, and creates a more transparent business framework.