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La economía salvadoreña tuvo un incremento del 2.6 % en el primer trimestre de 2024

En el primer trimestre de 2024, la economía salvadoreña mostró un crecimiento del 2.6 %, según el informe reciente del Banco Central de Reserva (BCR). Esta cifra representa una ligera disminución respecto al mismo periodo del año anterior, como señaló Douglas Rodríguez, presidente del BCR. El presidente destacó que este crecimiento ha sido impulsado por medidas de seguridad que han favorecido el sector turístico, contribuyendo significativamente al aumento de visitantes extranjeros.

El sector turístico se erige como uno de los principales motores económicos, registrando un incremento del 42.3 % en la llegada de turistas durante el primer trimestre. Eventos deportivos y políticos, como el partido del Inter de Miami con la selección de El Salvador, han jugado un papel crucial en este aumento, atrayendo visitantes de países vecinos y generando ingresos adicionales para la economía local.

En contraste, la industria experimentó una caída del 3.9 %, reflejando un panorama menos favorable para este sector clave. Esta contracción puede atribuirse en parte a factores externos como la depreciación del real brasileño, que ha impactado negativamente el precio de productos como el café, uno de los pilares de la economía agrícola salvadoreña.

El informe del BCR destaca que el 74 % de las actividades económicas mostraron un crecimiento positivo, siendo los servicios de esparcimiento, servicios financieros y el comercio los más destacados. Además, sectores como la agricultura y la construcción registraron incrementos, impulsados por el aumento en la producción avícola y la expansión en proyectos de infraestructura, respectivamente.

Para el cierre de 2024, el BCR proyecta un crecimiento económico que oscilará entre el 3.5 % y el 4 %, lo que representaría uno de los mayores incrementos de las últimas tres décadas. Esta estimación optimista está respaldada por un aumento en la inversión extranjera directa, que alcanzó los $176 millones en el primer trimestre, destacándose principalmente por la reinversión de capitales en diversos sectores clave de la economía salvadoreña.

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