El Salvador central bank sees growth of up to 2.8 pct in 2015
SAN SALVADOR Dec 11 (Reuters) - El Salvador's economy should grow by 2.1 to 2.8 percent next year as a result of stronger domestic demand, cheaper oil and more private investment, the country's central bank said on Thursday.
Economic expansion in El Salvador, one of Central America's slowest growing economies, should reach 2.2 percent this year, the bank said. (Reporting by Nelson Rentería; Editing by Ken Wills)
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