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SALEX presenta corredor de negocios para salvadoreños en Maryland

Óscar Domínguez, Director Ejecutivo de El Salvador Corridor Town, junto a Michel Bentos, representante de la Embajada Americana y Salvador Gómez presidente del Organismo Promotor de Exportaciones e Inversiones de El Salvador (PROESA), presentaron el segundo corredor de negocios salvadoreños “El Salvador Corridor Town”, ubicado en Maryland, Washington.

Domínguez explicó que a través de la implementación de este corredor, El Salvador lograría posicionarse en la economía del país norteamericano, “está China Town, que son negocios de los chinos; Korea Town, que son los negocios de los coreanos, estos se encuentran en estados Unidos, ahora tenemos El Salvador Town, que será un corredor de negocios de salvadoreños”, subrayó el CEO del corredor.

Formado por 50 negocios de salvadoreños emprendedores, que están ubicados a lo largo de 8 cuadras en el University Bulevard, Hampshire y el West Park de Maryland.

“Este es un esfuerzo que se está haciendo desde hace 13 años y que hasta ahora será una realidad en la capital de los Estados Unidos, ya que reforzará al primer corredor ubicado en Los Ángeles, EE.UU.”

“Para nosotros es sumamente importante la instalación de este corredor en la capital de los Estados Unidos. Con esto aspiramos a que los emprendedores salvadoreños en el exterior se desarrollen y cambien la dinámica de hacer negocios, y de esta manera trascender la imagen de los salvadoreños por nuestra cultura”, añadió Domínguez.

Michael Bentos, representante de la Embajada Americana en El Salvador, aseguró que la creación de este espacio comercial fortalecerá las relaciones económicas entre ambas naciones, “continuaremos trabajando juntos con nuestros socios salvadoreños, para crear un bienestar económico mutuo y vamos a apoyar el esfuerzo de ustedes”, subrayó Bentos, quien manifestó su alegría por ser originario de Maryland.

El presidente de PROESA, Gómez Góchez, felicitó a Domínguez por el esfuerzo de crear y desarrollar el proyecto que beneficiará a muchos de los salvadoreños en el exterior, “Este es un espacio donde podrán encontrarse oportunidades de negocio e inversión para salvadoreños en el exterior, y es aquí que nace el ‘#MilagroSALEX’ (Milagro para los Salvadoreños en El Exterior)”, señaló Góchez, quien fue el creador del día del salvadoreño en el país norteamericano.

Se espera que el corredor sea inaugurado oficialmente el 31 de marzo en Maryland, Washington, asimismo se proyectan más corredores de negocios donde residen salvadoreños.

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