Talk:Economy of El Salvador

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---This article contains outdated information I.E Growth est 1999 , information from reliable sources are providing 2007 estimates.

POV[edit]

This article has a serious free market/capitalist pov. Some examples:

"continues to benefit from a commitment to free markets and careful fiscal management."

"Much of the improvement in El Salvador's economy is due to free market policy initiatives carried out by the Cristiani and Calderón Sol governments, including the privatization of the banking system, telecommunications, public pensions, electrical distribution and some electrical generation, reduction of import duties, elimination of price controls on virtually all consumer products, and enhancing the investment climate through measures such as improved enforcement of intellectual property rights."

well its at least semi-true. theres alot of infrastructure now. Manic Hispanic 03:35, 2 June 2007 (UTC)

Dollarization[edit]

Was dollarization good for El Salvador?Agre22 (talk) 21:25, 7 March 2009 (UTC)agre22