The numbers of extreme poor decreased from 32 percent to 12.5 percent.3 Trade will continue to be a key instrument for progress across the region, as Central American nations enter the global marketplace and develop more transparent and innovative business environments. The remittances Central Americans send home are an important source for balancing our macro economies, and these financial flows are a significant complement to the efforts our governments are making to improve education, health care and access to dignified housing.
H.E. Ana Vilma Albanez de Escobar
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