Partnership for growth el salvador united states


Goal 2: Reduce firms costs due to infrastructure to improve their



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Goal 2: Reduce firms costs due to infrastructure to improve their
competitiveness.
On Track
The Salvadoran Port Authority (CEPA) became the first governmental institution to perform a securitization, which raised $58 million to finance the rehabilitation, modernization, and optimization project at the Comalapa International Airport. Concessions were completed for various projects. The US. Treasury Department provided support and risk-management training to CEPA through its Office of Technical Assistance (OTA). The USG Department of Commerce provided technical assistance on industry best practices in support of electricity regulator SIGET’s management of the 350 MW energy contracts solicitation. The National Energy Council (CNE) continued working on the implementation of the regulatory framework for renewal energies, and the President of the Republic signed an agreement to reform the General Electricity Regulations for the implementation of bidding processes for the acquisition of small-scale renewable energy contracts that connect directly to the distribution network so as not to be sold on the Wholesale Electricity Market. The CNE and SIGET announced the first public tender for long-term contracts for the supply of 15 MW of non-conventional renewable energy. (Note On May 23, the National Assembly passed legislation concerning public-private partnerships.) The first


11 indicator for this goal is investment (public and private) in infrastructure as percent of GDP, which remained at 6.1% for the years 2011-2012. (This calculation is based on data from public and private construction of the gross fixed capital formation. The second indicator, the Global Competitiveness infrastructure index, remains at the position reported in the previous Scorecard 72 out of 144, since the new 2013-2014 report is not yet available.


On track 12. reduce overcrowding in prisons on track
Goal 1-2: professionalize and improve the effectiveness of justice sector
Goal 3: reduce the impact of organized crime on small and medium businesses,
Goal 4: facilitate economic growth by ensuring el salvador’s labor force is
Goal 5: remove assets from criminal organizations and fund and support security
Behind schedule
Goal 7: promote a national dialogue on actions to improve citizen security in el
Goal 8: assist at-risk youth between ages 16-25 through efforts to afford them
Goal 9: support the pnc to strengthen its service orientation as a means for
Goal 10: improve educational opportunities for in-school and out-of-school youth
Goal 11: prevent crime and violence in key municipalities of el salvador and
Goal 12: reduce overcrowding in prisons, thereby allowing the salvadoran prison
Salvador, and help former offenders become full, contributing members of
Goal 3: improve the quality of the education system in order to create a more
Goal 4: raise (net) tax revenues to 16 percent of gdp by 2015 and use public
Goal 5: support a strategy for attracting and promoting fdi and making el



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